[N200: an electrophysiological signal associated with inhibitory control, as an endophenotype candidate in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder].

@article{TrujilloOrrego2011N200AE,
  title={[N200: an electrophysiological signal associated with inhibitory control, as an endophenotype candidate in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder].},
  author={Natalia Trujillo-Orrego},
  journal={Revista de neurologia},
  year={2011},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={35-43}
}
INTRODUCTION N200 (N2) is an electrophysiological component related with the analysis of perceptual disruptions and with the recognition of a stop signal (inhibitory control); neuroanatomically, it has been associated with right-hand orbitofrontal structures. Its modulation has been studied with go/no go-type tasks and the Stop Signal Task (SST). DEVELOPMENT While the SST is being carried out in subjects with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), differences in the amplitude of the… CONTINUE READING

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