Rumination in major depressive disorder is associated with impaired neural activation during conflict monitoring

@inproceedings{Alderman2015RuminationIM,
  title={Rumination in major depressive disorder is associated with impaired neural activation during conflict monitoring},
  author={Brandon L. Alderman and Ryan L. Olson and Marsha E. Bates and Edward A. Selby and Jennifer F. Buckman and Christopher J. Brush and Emily A. Panza and Amy Kranzler and David Eddie and Tracey J. Shors},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
Individuals with major depressive disorder (MDD) often ruminate about past experiences, especially those with negative content. These repetitive thoughts may interfere with cognitive processes related to attention and conflict monitoring. However, the temporal nature of these processes as reflected in event-related potentials (ERPs) has not been well-described. We examined behavioral and ERP indices of conflict monitoring during a modified flanker task and the allocation of attention during an… CONTINUE READING
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