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Action monitoring in major depressive disorder with psychomotor retardation
Major depressive disorder (MDD) is characterized by disturbances of mood and affect, but also by a distinct pattern of psychomotor and cognitive deficits such as motor retardation and impairedExpand
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Action monitoring and depressive symptom reduction in major depressive disorder.
INTRODUCTION Action monitoring has been reported to be disturbed in Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). Well-known markers for this action monitoring process are the error negativity/error-relatedExpand
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Drug-induced stimulation and suppression of action monitoring in healthy volunteers
RationaleAction monitoring has been studied extensively by means of measuring the error-related negativity (ERN). The ERN is an event-related potential (ERP) elicited immediately after an erroneousExpand
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Effects of antipsychotic and antidepressant drugs on action monitoring in healthy volunteers
Humans need to monitor their actions continuously to detect errors as fast as possible and to adjust their performance to prevent future errors. This process of action monitoring can be investigatedExpand
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Grammatical Errors as a Function of Processing Constraints and Explicit Knowledge.
The first question of this study deals with the influence of the factors Time Pressure (present or absent) and Focus of Attention (on information or on grammar) on the correct use of two DutchExpand
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Motor-Skill Learning in Alzheimer’s Disease: A Review with an Eye to the Clinical Practice
Since elderly people suffering from dementia want to go on living independently for as long as possible, they need to be able to maintain familiar and learn new practical skills. Although explicit orExpand
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Impulsivity in abstinent early- and late-onset alcoholics: differences in self-report measures and a discounting task.
AIMS To test the hypothesis that early-onset alcoholics (EOAs) can be differentiated from late-onset alcoholics (LOAs) by more severe substance-related problems and higher levels of impulsivity andExpand
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Substance use disorders and the orbitofrontal cortex: systematic review of behavioural decision-making and neuroimaging studies.
BACKGROUND Orbitofrontal cortex dysfunctions have been frequently documented in people with substance use disorders. The exact role of this cortical region, however, remains unspecified. AIMS ToExpand
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Psychomotor symptoms in depression: a diagnostic, pathophysiological and therapeutic tool.
BACKGROUND Psychomotor disturbances have been described repeatedly over many centuries. More recently, Sobin and Sackeim [Sobin, C., Sackeim, H.A., 1997. Psychomotor symptoms of depression. Am. J.Expand
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Psychomotor slowing in schizophrenia.
Psychomotor slowing (PS) is a cluster of symptoms that was already recognized in schizophrenia by its earliest investigators. Nevertheless, few studies have been dedicated to the clarification of theExpand
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