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According to the inhibition deficit hypothesis, the ability to inhibit unwanted or irrelevant thoughts and behaviors decreases with age, which can have a significant impact on cognitive and emotional processing. However, studies examining inhibition and age have shown mixed results, with some studies finding a decrease in inhibitory control as individuals age, while others have found no relationship. The goal of this proof-of-concept study was to examine the underlying neural mechanisms thatdoi:10.3389/fnagi.2022.763494 pmid:35370625 pmcid:PMC8964462 fatcat:lg2fopxjt5fwfe7qziw7fihjxm