Altered error-related brain activity in youth with major depression

@article{Ladouceur2012AlteredEB,
  title={Altered error-related brain activity in youth with major depression},
  author={Cecile D. Ladouceur and John S. Slifka and Ronald E. Dahl and Boris J Birmaher and David Axelson and Neal D. Ryan},
  journal={Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={351-362}
}
Depression is associated with impairments in cognitive control including action monitoring processes, which involve the detection and processing of erroneous responses in order to adjust behavior. Although numerous studies have reported altered error-related brain activity in depressed adults, relatively little is known about age-related changes in error-related brain activity in depressed youth. This study focuses on the error-related negativity (ERN), a negative deflection in the event… CONTINUE READING

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