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Meta-analysis of Go/No-go tasks demonstrating that fMRI activation associated with response inhibition is task-dependent
FMRI studies of response inhibition consistently reveal frontal lobe activation. Localization within the frontal cortex, however, varies across studies and appears dependent on the nature of theExpand
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Decreased connectivity and cerebellar activity in autism during motor task performance.
Although motor deficits are common in autism, the neural correlates underlying the disruption of even basic motor execution are unknown. Motor deficits may be some of the earliest identifiable signsExpand
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Developmental stages and sex differences of white matter and behavioral development through adolescence: A longitudinal diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) study
White matter (WM) continues to mature through adolescence in parallel with gains in cognitive ability. To date, developmental changes in human WM microstructure have been inferred using analyses ofExpand
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Response Inhibition and Response Selection: Two Sides of the Same Coin
Response inhibition refers to the suppression of actions that are inappropriate in a given context and that interfere with goal-driven behavior. Studies using a range of methodological approachesExpand
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Increased intra-individual reaction time variability in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder across response inhibition tasks with different cognitive demands
One of the most consistent findings in children with ADHD is increased moment-to-moment variability in reaction time (RT). The source of increased RT variability can be examined using ex-GaussianExpand
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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evidence for Abnormalities in Response Selection in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Differences in Activation Associated with Response Inhibition but
Impaired response inhibition is thought to be a core deficit in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Prior imaging studies investigating response inhibition in children with ADHD haveExpand
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Functional brain correlates of response time variability in children
During tasks requiring response inhibition, intra-individual response time variability, a measure of motor response preparation, has been found to correlate with errors of commission, such thatExpand
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fMRI of intrasubject variability in ADHD: anomalous premotor activity with prefrontal compensation.
OBJECTIVE Children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) consistently display increased intrasubject variability (ISV) in response time across varying tasks, signifying inefficiency ofExpand
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fMRI evidence for multisensory recruitment associated with rapid eye movements during sleep
We studied the neural correlates of rapid eye movement during sleep (REM) by timing REMs from video recording and using rapid event‐related functional MRI. Consistent with the hypothesis that REMsExpand
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Moderate variability in stimulus presentation improves motor response control
To examine the impact of interstimulus “jitter” (i.e., randomization of the interval between successive stimulus events) on response control during continuous task performance, 41 healthy adultsExpand
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