An ERP study of conflict monitoring in 4–8-year old children: Associations with temperament

  title={An ERP study of conflict monitoring in 4–8-year old children: Associations with temperament},
  author={Kristin A. Buss and Tracy A. Dennis and Rebecca J. Brooker and Lauren M. Sippel},
  journal={Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience},
Although there is great interest in identifying the neural correlates of cognitive processes that create risk for psychopathology, there is a paucity of research in young children. One event-related potential (ERP), the N2, is thought to index conflict monitoring and has been linked cognitive and affective risk factors for anxiety. Most of this research, however, has been conducted with adults, adolescents, and older children, but not with younger children. To address this gap, the current… CONTINUE READING

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