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Deviant Matters: Duration, Frequency, and Intensity Deviants Reveal Different Patterns of Mismatch Negativity Reduction in Early and Late Schizophrenia
BACKGROUND A reduction in the size of the auditory event-related potential component known as mismatch negativity (MMN) is a consistent finding in schizophrenia. This study was designed to test theExpand
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Electrophysiological correlates of anticipatory task-switching processes.
Recent studies show a differential switch-related positivity emerging before a switch trial and reflecting anticipatory task-set reconfiguration processes. In this study, the switch-relatedExpand
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Electrophysiological correlates of anticipatory and poststimulus components of task switching.
Task-switching paradigms can shed light on cognitive and neural processes underlying attentional control mechanisms. An alternating runs task-switching paradigm (R. D. Rogers & S. Monsell, 1995) isExpand
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The many faces of preparatory control in task switching: Reviewing a decade of fMRI research
A large body of behavioural research has used the cued task‐switching paradigm to characterize the nature of trial‐by‐trial preparatory adjustments that enable fluent task implementation when demandsExpand
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Event-related Potentials Associated with Masked Priming of Test Cues Reveal Multiple Potential Contributions to Recognition Memory
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The relationship between recognition memory and repetition priming remains unclear. Expand
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ERPs dissociate the effects of switching task sets and task cues
Recent studies have suggested that reaction time (RT) costs associated with switching tasks do not reflect an endogenous control process of task set reconfiguration [Logan, G. D., Bundesen, C., 2003.Expand
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Advance Preparation in Task-Switching: Converging Evidence from Behavioral, Brain Activation, and Model-Based Approaches
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We argue that integration of behavioral and neuroscientific methodologies is key to understanding the complex nature of advance preparation in task-switching. Expand
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Anticipatory reconfiguration elicited by fully and partially informative cues that validly predict a switch in task
Task-switching studies show no behavioral benefit of partially informative cues. However, ERP evidence of an early cue-locked positivity elicited by both fully and partially informative cues suggestsExpand
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The spatial and temporal dynamics of anticipatory preparation and response inhibition in task-switching
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We investigated ERP and fMRI correlates of anticipatory preparation and response inhibition in a cued task-switching paradigm with informatively cued, non-informative cued and no-go trials. Expand
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Adjustments of Response Threshold during Task Switching: A Model-Based Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
Adjustment of response threshold for speed compared with accuracy instructions in two-choice decision-making tasks is associated with activation in the fronto-striatal network, including theExpand
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