Effects of stop-signal modality on the N2/P3 complex elicited in the stop-signal paradigm.

@article{Ramautar2006EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of stop-signal modality on the N2/P3 complex elicited in the stop-signal paradigm.},
  author={Jennifer R. Ramautar and Albert Kok and K. Richard Ridderinkhof},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={72 1},
  pages={96-109}
}
The principal aim of the present study was to clarify how stop-signal modality affected the speed and efficacy of stopping, using ERP components as converging measures of stop processes. Both performance and ERP latency findings suggested faster processing of stop signals in the auditory than visual version of the stop task. The effects of successful versus unsuccessful stopping on the amplitude and topography of N2/P3 components elicited by the stop signals appeared to be largely independent… CONTINUE READING

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