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Spatiotemporal characterization of response inhibition
Despite an extensive literature on the neural substrates of response inhibition, when and where this process occurs in the brain remain unclear. The present study aimed to shed light on this issue by exploiting the high temporal resolution of the event-related potentials (ERPs) and recent advances in source localization. Temporo-spatial principal component analysis was employed to define more precisely the two ERP components most often associated with response inhibition (i.e., frontocentral N2doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.03.011 pmid:23523776 fatcat:msljgrsrxjaqdklt54wktrjl6e