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The congruency effect after incongruent trials is reduced when compared with congruent trials. It is a trial-to-trial effect. Originally reported by Gratton, Coles, and Donchin (1992; as refered by van Steenbergen, 2010; Psychological Science). Thus:
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Synonyms: conflict adaptation, trial-to-trial conflict effect
VSochat about two years ago.

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  • incongruent minus congruent
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  • incongruent minus congruent depending on the congruency condicition of the previous trial
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Definition contributed by ABarrs-Loscertales about three years ago:The congruency effect after incongruent trials is reduced when compared with congruent trials. It is a trial-to-trial effect. Originally reported by Gratton, Coles, and Donchin (1992; as refered by van Steenbergen, 2010; Psychological Science). Thus: (iI-iC)

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