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In this study we examined the neural correlates of conflict processing in the Stroop, counting, and digit-location tasks using event-related brain potentials (ERPs). The behavioral data revealed robust interference in response time and accuracy for all tasks. The interference effect for response time was greater in the Stroop task than the other tasks; in(More)
Prospective remembering reflects the ability to realize intentions that must be delayed over some period of time. Recent evidence indicates that distinct modulations of the event-related brain potentials may be associated with the detection of a prospective memory cue (N300) and the recovery of an intention from memory (LPC, slow wave). The present(More)
Prospective remembering reflects the ability of an individual to form and later realize intentions that must be delayed over minutes, hours, or days. A substantial body of literature, primarily based upon the findings of behavioral studies, indicates that there are robust declines in the efficiency of prospective remembering in later adulthood. However, the(More)
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