Spatiotemporally dissociable neural signatures for generating and updating expectation over time in children: A High Density-ERP study

@article{Mento2016SpatiotemporallyDN,
  title={Spatiotemporally dissociable neural signatures for generating and updating expectation over time in children: A High Density-ERP study},
  author={G. Mento and A. Vallesi},
  journal={Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={19},
  pages={98 - 106}
}
  • G. Mento, A. Vallesi
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Highlights • 8–12-year-old children can generate and update expectancy over time.• Cue- and SOA-related ERPs reflect expectancy generation and updating, respectively.• Only cue-related ERPs are correlated with age.• Distinct cortical networks underlie cue- and SOA-related ERP effects.• The neural bases of temporal expectation only partially differ in children and adults. 
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