Youzhen Chen

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Event-related potentials (ERPs) technique was used to examine brain activity related to task interference during event-based prospective memory. The behavioral data indicated that there existed task interference. Data from ERPs record on non-prospective memory trials suggested that there were significant differences in the time windows of 200-300, 300-350,(More)
Event-related potential technique was used to examine the effect of characteristics of target cues on brain activity related to task interference during event-based prospective memory (PM). Three conditions were tested. In the control condition participants had no PM task and merely performed a shape decision task. In one PM condition the task of PM was to(More)
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