From Repetition Suppression in Stroop to Backward Inhibition in Task Switching: An Example of Model Reusability
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The concept of inhibition from cognitive neuroscience can inform the development of biologically-inspired cognitive architectures. Here we summarize a few attempts to develop an inhibition mechanism for the ACT-R architecture. The starting point is a model that uses inhibition to account for sequence effects in the Stroop task. This model is improved by adding a more general inhibition mechanism that requires less input from the modeler. Then, the modified model is used to account for backward inhibition in task switching, making a case for model generality and reusability.
Grange, J. A.,
& Lebiere, C.
(2011). From Repetition Suppression in Stroop to Backward Inhibition in Task Switching: An Example of Model Reusability. Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2011: Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the BICA Society, 233, 168-173.