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The present study tested error detection theories of the error-related negativity (ERN) by investigating the relation between ERN amplitude and error detectability. To this end, ERN amplitudes were compared with a behavioral measure of error detectability across two different error types in a four-choice flanker task. If an erroneous response was associated(More)
The present study investigated adjustments of selective attention following errors and their relation to the error-related negativity (Ne/ERN), a correlate of errors in event-related potentials. We hypothesized that, if post-error adjustments reflect an adaptive mechanism that should prevent the occurrence of further errors, then adjustments of attentional(More)
BACKGROUND High-definition transcranial direct current stimulation (HD-tDCS) may allow more specific neural modulation than conventional-tDCS. OBJECTIVE We compared safety, tolerability, blinding efficacy and cognitive effects of a novel HD-tDCS set-up to that of conventional-tDCS and established compatibility with simultaneous functional magnetic(More)
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