The Key Locus of Common Response Inhibition Network for No-go and Stop Signals

@article{Zheng2008TheKL,
  title={The Key Locus of Common Response Inhibition Network for No-go and Stop Signals},
  author={Dongming Zheng and Tatsuro Oka and Hirokazu Bokura and Shuhei Yamaguchi},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={20},
  pages={1434-1442}
}
Response inhibition is one of the highest evolved executive functions of human beings. Previous studies revealed a wide variety of brain regions related to response inhibition, although some of them may not be directly related to inhibition but to task-specific effects or noninhibitory cognitive functions such as attention, response competition, or error detection. Here, we conducted event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging studies in which all subjects performed both stop-signal and… CONTINUE READING

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