Double dissociation of error inhibition and correction deficits after basal ganglia or dorsomedial frontal damage in humans

@article{Hochman2015DoubleDO,
  title={Double dissociation of error inhibition and correction deficits after basal ganglia or dorsomedial frontal damage in humans},
  author={Eldad Yitzhak Hochman and Seqian Wang and T E Milner and Lesley K. Fellows},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2015},
  volume={69},
  pages={130-139}
}
Effective self-control relies on the rapid adjustment of inappropriate responses. Understanding the brain basis of these processes has the potential to inform neurobiological models of the many neuropsychiatric disorders that are marked by maladaptive responding. Research on error processing in particular has implicated the dorsomedial frontal lobe (DMF) and basal ganglia (BG) in error detection, inhibition and correction. However there is controversy regarding the specific contributions of… CONTINUE READING

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