On the role of serotonin and effort in voluntary attention: evidence of genetic variation in N1 modulation.

@article{Enge2011OnTR,
  title={On the role of serotonin and effort in voluntary attention: evidence of genetic variation in N1 modulation.},
  author={S{\"o}ren Enge and Monika Fleischhauer and Klaus-Peter Lesch and Alexander Strobel},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
  year={2011},
  volume={216 1},
  pages={122-8}
}
Ascending serotonergic projections from the raphe nuclei to frontal brain areas and the dense distribution of receptor and transporter sites in prefrontal and sensory regions support the idea that serotonin exerts influence on cognitive functioning. Indeed, growing evidence suggests serotonin to be an important factor in learning and memory; however, its precise role in executive processes particularly in voluntary attention is less clear. Event-related EEG studies showed the N1 potential to… CONTINUE READING
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