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Pre-trial exogenous visual flicker does not affect behavioral or EEG signatures of conflict processing

bioRxiv

May 5, 2014

Michael X Cohen, Fraser William Steel

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Activity in the theta frequency band (4-8 Hz) over medial prefrontal regions has been consistently implicated in top-down cognitive control processes, including recognizing and resolving response conflict. It remains an unanswered question whether these theta-band dynamics are a neural ...read more

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Pre-trial exogenous visual flicker does not affect behavioral or EEG signatures of conflict processing

bioRxiv

May 5, 2014

Michael X Cohen, Fraser William Steel

PMID: 990004747

DOI: 10.1101/004747

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Activity in the theta frequency band (4-8 Hz) over medial prefrontal regions has been consistently implicated in top-down cognitive control processes, including recognizing and resolving response conflict. It remains an unanswered question whether these theta-band dynamics are a neural ...read more

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GABRQ gene
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Flicker bird
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Cognition
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6

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