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This stop signal paradigm focuses on stimulus selective stopping, in which subjects stop to one signal and ignore another.

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Selective stopping? Maybe not.
Bissett PG, Logan GD
Journal of experimental psychology. General (J Exp Psychol Gen)
2014 Feb
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