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OSARI, an Open-Source Anticipated Response Inhibition Task
journal contributionposted on 2023-05-21, 04:44 authored by He, JL, Hirst, RJ, Rohan PuriRohan Puri, Coxon, J, Byblow, W, Mark HinderMark Hinder, Skippen, P, Matzke, D, Heathcote, A, Wadsley, CG, Silk, T, Hyde, C, Parmar, D, Pedapati, E, Gilbert, DL, Huddleston, DA, Mostofsky, S, Leunissen, I, MacDonald, HJ, Chowdhury, NS, Gretton, M, Nikitenko, T, Zandbelt, B, Strickland, L, Puts, NAJ
The stop-signal paradigm has become ubiquitous in investigations of inhibitory control. Tasks inspired by the paradigm, referred to as stop-signal tasks, require participants to make responses on go trials and to inhibit those responses when presented with a stop-signal on stop trials. Currently, the most popular version of the stop-signal task is the ‘choice-reaction’ variant, where participants make choice responses, but must inhibit those responses when presented with a stop-signal. An alternative to the choice-reaction variant of the stop-signal task is the ‘anticipated response inhibition’ task. In anticipated response inhibition tasks, participants are required to make a planned response that coincides with a predictably timed event (such as lifting a finger from a computer key to stop a filling bar at a predefined target). Anticipated response inhibition tasks have some advantages over the more traditional choice-reaction stop-signal tasks and are becoming increasingly popular. However, currently, there are no openly available versions of the anticipated response inhibition task, limiting potential uptake. Here, we present an open-source, free, and ready-to-use version of the anticipated response inhibition task, which we refer to as the OSARI (the Open-Source Anticipated Response Inhibition) task.
Australian Research Council
Publication titleBehavior Research Methods
Place of publicationUnited States
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