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Cognitive control in the posterior medial frontal cortex ( pMFC) is formulated in models that emphasize adaptive behavior driven by a computation evaluating the degree of difference between 2 conflicting responses. These functions are manifested by an event-related brain potential component coined the error-related negativity (ERN). We hypothesized that the ERN represents a regulative rather than evaluative pMFC process, exerted over the error motor representation, expediting the execution of adoi:10.1093/cercor/bhs323 pmid:23064106 fatcat:su7awt7flrbjjcdy4ferunioey