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Impulse control is crucial for everyday functioning in modern society. People with borderline personality disorder (BPD) suffer from impulse control impairment. According to the theory of dual mechanisms of control, motor impulse control can be divided into proactive and reactive modes. Proactive inhibition is involved before the event that might require inhibitory control. Reactive inhibition is initiated after the occurrence of the event that requires inhibitory control. Few studies focuseddoi:10.1101/2021.07.12.451610 fatcat:rwfc5bbzgzbwrhlrey44ugp4wq