Spatiotemporal brain dynamics supporting the immediate automatization of inhibitory control by implementation intentions

@article{Pretto2017SpatiotemporalBD,
  title={Spatiotemporal brain dynamics supporting the immediate automatization of inhibitory control by implementation intentions},
  author={Michael De Pretto and L. Rochat and L. Spierer},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017},
  volume={7}
}
While cognitive interventions aiming at reinforcing intentional executive control of unwanted response showed only modest effects on impulse control disorders, the establishment of fast automatic, stimulus-driven inhibition of responses to specific events with implementation intention self-regulation strategies has proven to be an effective remediation approach. However, the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying implementation intentions remain largely unresolved. We addressed this question by… Expand
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