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Right hemispheric dominance of inhibitory control: an event-related functional MRI study.
Normal human behavior and cognition are reliant on a person's ability to inhibit inappropriate thoughts, impulses, and actions. The temporal and spatial advantages of event-related functional MRIExpand
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Dissociable Executive Functions in the Dynamic Control of Behavior: Inhibition, Error Detection, and Correction
The present study employed event-related fMRI and EEG to investigate the biological basis of the cognitive control of behavior. Expand
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Human functional neuroimaging of brain changes associated with practice.
The discovery that experience-driven changes in the human brain can occur from a neural to a cortical level throughout the lifespan has stimulated a proliferation of research into how neural functionExpand
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Cue-induced cocaine craving: neuroanatomical specificity for drug users and drug stimuli.
OBJECTIVE Cocaine-related cues have been hypothesized to perpetuate drug abuse by inducing a craving response that prompts drug-seeking behavior. However, the mechanisms, underlying neuroanatomy, andExpand
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Insights into the neural basis of response inhibition from cognitive and clinical neuroscience
Neural mechanisms of cognitive control enable us to initiate, coordinate and update behaviour. Central to successful control is the ability to suppress actions that are no longer relevant orExpand
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The role of cingulate cortex in the detection of errors with and without awareness: a high‐density electrical mapping study
Error‐processing research has demonstrated that the brain uses a specialized neural network to detect errors during task performance but the brain regions necessary for conscious awareness of anExpand
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Serial attention within working memory
  • H. Garavan
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Memory & cognition
  • 1 March 1998
It is proposed that people are limited to attending to just one “object” in working memory (WM) at any one time. Consequently, many cognitive tasks, and much of everyday thought, necessitate switchesExpand
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Executive Dysfunction in Cocaine Addiction: Evidence for Discordant Frontal, Cingulate, and Cerebellar Activity
Using a GO-NOGO response inhibition task in which working memory (WM) demands can be varied, we demonstrate that the compromised abilities of cocaine users to exert control over strong prepotentExpand
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Cingulate Hypoactivity in Cocaine Users During a GO-NOGO Task as Revealed by Event-Related Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Although extensive evidence exists for the reinforcing properties of drugs of abuse such as cocaine, relatively less research has addressed the functional neuroanatomical correlates of the cognitiveExpand
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Differences in the functional neuroanatomy of inhibitory control across the adult life span.
Inhibitory control, the ability to suppress irrelevant or interfering stimuli, is a fundamental cognitive function that deteriorates during aging, but little is understood about the bases of decline.Expand
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