Gender differences in behavioral inhibitory control: ERP evidence from a two-choice oddball task.

@article{Yuan2008GenderDI,
  title={Gender differences in behavioral inhibitory control: ERP evidence from a two-choice oddball task.},
  author={Jiajin Yuan and Yuanyuan He and Zhang Qinglin and Antao Chen and Hong Li},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={45 6},
  pages={986-93}
}
The inhibition of inappropriate behaviors is important for adaptive living in changing environments. The present study investigated gender-related behavioral inhibitory control by recording event-related potentials for standard and deviant stimuli while subjects performed a standard/deviant distinction task by accurately pressing different keys within 1000 ms. The results showed faster reaction times (RTs) for deviant stimuli in women than in men, although RTs for standard stimuli were similar… CONTINUE READING
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