Effects of acute alcohol intoxication on saccadic conflict and error processing

  title={Effects of acute alcohol intoxication on saccadic conflict and error processing},
  author={Ksenija Marinkovic and Elizabeth Rickenbacher and Sheeva Azma and Elinor Artsy and Adrian K. C. Lee},
Flexible behavior optimization relies on cognitive control which includes the ability to suppress automatic responses interfering with relevant goals. Extensive evidence suggests that the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) is the central node in a predominantly frontal cortical network subserving executive tasks. Neuroimaging studies indicate that the ACC is sensitive to acute intoxication during conflict, but such evidence is limited to tasks using manual responses with arbitrary response… CONTINUE READING
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