Error monitoring and daily life executive functioning

@inproceedings{Mohamed2019ErrorMA,
  title={Error monitoring and daily life executive functioning},
  author={Saleh M. H. Mohamed and Norbert A. B{\"o}rger and Reint H. Geuze and Jaap J. van der Meere},
  booktitle={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2019}
}
Error monitoring during task execution is reflected in post-error slowing (PES), which refers to the tendency to slow down performance after making an error in order to prevent future mistakes. The key question of the present study is whether poor error monitoring (reduced magnitude of PES) has negative consequences for daily life executive function skills, as well as functioning in different life settings such as work, family, social, and academic settings. Eighty-five university students… CONTINUE READING

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