Theta Oscillations Are Sensitive to Both Early and Late Conflict Processing Stages: Effects of Alcohol Intoxication

@inproceedings{Kovacevic2012ThetaOA,
  title={Theta Oscillations Are Sensitive to Both Early and Late Conflict Processing Stages: Effects of Alcohol Intoxication},
  author={Sanja Kovacevic and Sheeva Azma and Andrei Irimia and Jason A. Sherfey and Eric Halgren and Ksenija Marinkovic},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Prior neuroimaging evidence indicates that decision conflict activates medial and lateral prefrontal and parietal cortices. Theoretical accounts of cognitive control highlight anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) as a central node in this network. However, a better understanding of the relative primacy and functional contributions of these areas to decision conflict requires insight into the neural dynamics of successive processing stages including conflict detection, response selection and… CONTINUE READING
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