EEG Asymmetry and ERN: Behavioral Outcomes in Preschoolers

Rebecca Jo Brooker
Paper in press at PLOS One examining associations between the error-related negativity (ERN) and alpha asymmetry in preschoolers. Similar to research on adults, greater left asymmetry (i.e., greater approach-related neural activity) was correlated with reduced ERN amplitude (i.e., weaker inhibition-related neural activity). The interactive effect of asymmetry and ERN amplitude did not predict ADHD symptoms, but did predict social inhibition. When ERN was greater, less left asymmetry was associated with higher levels of social inhibition....
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