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Making sense of all the conflict: a theoretical review and critique of conflict-related ERPs.
Conflict adaptation and sequential trial effects: Support for the conflict monitoring theory
How does noise affect amplitude and latency measurement of event-related potentials (ERPs)? A methodological critique and simulation study.
Results indicated mean amplitude was the most robust against increases in background noise and the adaptive mean measure was more biased, but represented an efficient estimator of the true ERP signal particularly for individual-subject latency variability.
Sex differences in error-related performance monitoring
Results indicate that participant sex should be considered in understanding the cognitive and emotional correlates of performance monitoring, especially in subgroups matched for depression and anxiety levels.
Cognitive Control and Conflict Adaptation Similarities in Children and Adults
Examination of developmental differences in response time, error rate, and electrophysiological indices of conflict adaptation in typically developing children and 26 adults during a Stroop task suggests current indices of Conflict SP and ERP do not differ between children and adults.
ERP Reliability Analysis (ERA) Toolbox: An open-source toolbox for analyzing the reliability of event-related brain potentials.
Cognitive control in mild traumatic brain injury: conflict monitoring and conflict adaptation.
Sex differences in electrophysiological indices of conflict monitoring
Psychometric considerations in the measurement of event-related brain potentials: Guidelines for measurement and reporting.
Effects of repetition priming on electrophysiological and behavioral indices of conflict adaptation and cognitive control.
Results indicate that neural indices of conflict monitoring remain reliably associated with conflict adaptation effects in the absence of RT adjustments upon omission of repetition priming effects.