Preparation to inhibit a response complements response inhibition during performance of a stop-signal task.

@article{Chikazoe2009PreparationTI,
  title={Preparation to inhibit a response complements response inhibition during performance of a stop-signal task.},
  author={Junichi Chikazoe and Koji Jimura and Satoshi Hirose and Ken-ichiro Yamashita and Yasushi Miyashita and Seiki Konishi},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={29 50},
  pages={15870-7}
}
Inhibition of inappropriate responses is an essential executive function needed for adaptation to changing environments. In stop-signal tasks, which are often used to investigate response inhibition, subjects make "go" responses while they prepare to stop at a suddenly given "stop" signal. However, the preparatory processes ongoing before response inhibition have rarely been investigated, and it remains unclear how the preparation contributes to response inhibition. In the present study, a stop… CONTINUE READING
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