Motoric response inhibition in finger movement and saccadic eye movement: a comparative study

@article{Ent1999MotoricRI,
  title={Motoric response inhibition in finger movement and saccadic eye movement: a comparative study},
  author={Dennis Van ’t Ent and Patricia Apkarian},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={110},
  pages={1058-1072}
}
OBJECTIVE To study cortical potentials associated with suppression of intended motoric actions. METHODS Electro-encephalographic activity was recorded in a Go/NoGo reaction time paradigm. Subjects viewed computer-generated pacing stimuli, which provided information concerning the time at which an imperative Go/NoGo signal occurred. A motoric response was required following Go stimuli while motoric response inhibition was required following NoGo stimuli. To examine whether previously reported… CONTINUE READING

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