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Development of Response-Monitoring ERPs in 7- to 25-Year-Olds
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Substantial evidence points to the anterior cingulate cortex as the source generator of the ERN, and the development of ERP component morphology, amplitude and latency to processing of correct and incorrect responses in 124 children and 27 adults examined.
The error-related negativity as a state and trait measure: motivation, personality, and ERPs in response to errors.
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It is suggested that the ability to selectively invest in error monitoring is moderated by underlying personality, and that individuals higher on conscientiousness displayed smaller motivation-related changes in the ERN/Ne.
Skilled performance, practice, and the differentiation of speed-up from automatization effects: Evidence from second language word recognition
ABSTRACT Practice on cognitive tasks, in general, and word recognition tasks, in particular, will usually lead to faster and more stable responding. We present an analysis of the relationship between
The reliability of ERP components in the auditory oddball paradigm.
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Reliability of ERP components was determined using a standard 40 target, auditory oddball ERP paradigm across an interval of 1 year, 10 months, supporting the P300 as a reliable measure, with the stability required for group research but not necessarily for clinical applications.
Neurophysiological Correlates of Emotion Regulation in Children and Adolescents
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Sources modeling indicated a developmental decline in central-posterior midline activity paralleled by increasing activity in frontal midline regions suggestive of the anterior cingulate cortex, and a consistent effect of negative emotion on mechanisms of response inhibition.
Error-Related Electrocortical Responses Are Enhanced in Children With Obsessive–Compulsive Behaviors
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It was found that more parent-reported obsessive–compulsive behaviors were associated with larger ERN and Pe components in the children, and results suggest unique contributions of the ERn and Pe in predicting obsessive–Compulsive behaviors.
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