P300 Component Modulation During a Go/Nogo Task in Healthy Children

Abstract

nhibitory control is an essential aspect of human behavior. Without such processes efficient goal-directed behavior would be difficult to achieve. Inhibitory processes can be evaluated by both neuropsychological tests (i.e. Go/Nogo task or Stroop test) and neurophysiological tools (i.e. event-related potentials (ERPs)). Moreover, functional neuroimaging experiments have started to examine the brain regions engaged by tasks in which response inhibition is a characteristic, such as the Go/ Nogo and Stroop. I

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@inproceedings{Nazari2013P300CM, title={P300 Component Modulation During a Go/Nogo Task in Healthy Children}, author={Mohammad Ali Nazari and Fabrice Wallois and Ardalan Aarabi and Masoud Nosratabadi and Patrick Berquin}, year={2013} }