To stop or not to stop : A high spatio-temporal resolution study of response inhibition using MEG

@inproceedings{Luus2007ToSO,
  title={To stop or not to stop : A high spatio-temporal resolution study of response inhibition using MEG},
  author={Brian M. Luus and Jared X. Van Snellenberg and Mario Liotti},
  year={2007}
}
Event-related potential studies in healthy adults and children have shown that stimuli signaling the need to stop elicit a robust, right-frontal-maximal N2 that is strongly reduced in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. To further investigate the mechanisms of normal response inhibition, the Stop Signal Task was applied to 12 healthy young adults using whole-head magnetoencephalography. The evoked magnetic response to Successful Stops showed an earlier and greater amplitude… CONTINUE READING