State dependency of inhibitory control performance: an electrical neuroimaging study

@article{Pretto2016StateDO,
  title={State dependency of inhibitory control performance: an electrical neuroimaging study},
  author={Michael De Pretto and E. Sallard and L. Spierer},
  journal={European Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={44}
}
Behavioral and brain responses to stimuli not only depend on their physical features but also on the individuals' neurocognitive states before stimuli onsets. While the influence of pre‐stimulus fluctuations in brain activity on low‐level perceptive processes is well established, the state dependency of high‐order executive processes remains unclear. Using a classical inhibitory control Go/NoGo task, we examined whether and how fluctuations in the brain activity during the period preceding the… Expand

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