Temporal preparation and inhibitory deficit in fibromyalgia syndrome

@article{Correa2011TemporalPA,
  title={Temporal preparation and inhibitory deficit in fibromyalgia syndrome},
  author={{\'A}ngel Correa and Elena Mir{\'o} and Mar{\'i}a Pilar Almansa Mart{\'i}nez and Ana Isabel Infante S{\'a}nchez and Juan Lupi{\'a}{\~n}ez},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  year={2011},
  volume={75},
  pages={211-216}
}
  • Ángel Correa, Elena Miró, +2 authors Juan Lupiáñez
  • Published in Brain and Cognition 2011
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Cognitive deficits in fibromyalgia may be specifically related to controlled processes, such as those measured by working memory or executive function tasks. This hypothesis was tested here by measuring controlled temporal preparation (temporal orienting) during a response inhibition (go no-go) task. Temporal orienting effects (faster reaction times for targets appearing at temporally attended vs. unattended moments) and response inhibition were impaired in fibromyalgia compared to the control… CONTINUE READING

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