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News Release 10-203 - Video

Gordon Logan and Matthew Crump discuss their error dectection study.

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A new study by Vanderbilt University psychologists Gordon Logan and Matthew Crump reveals that when highly skilled people perform actions without thinking, such as driving a car, the actions they perform are highly controlled by two separate cognitive processes.

Credit: NSF and Vanderbilt University

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