Cognitive inefficiency in depressive undergraduates: stroop processing and ERPs.

@article{Krompinger2011CognitiveII,
  title={Cognitive inefficiency in depressive undergraduates: stroop processing and ERPs.},
  author={Jason W Krompinger and Robert F. Simons},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={86 3},
  pages={239-46}
}
Evidence from neuroimaging studies indicates that depressive symptomatology is associated with inefficient recruitment of prefrontal brain regions while performing tasks that tax executive function. In the current study, we investigated the time-course and ERP signature of inefficient executive functioning using a verbal Stroop color-naming task. Twenty (20) undergraduates with moderate to severe BDI-II depression scores and 20 low-scoring controls completed the task. Performance measures did… CONTINUE READING

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