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Error-Specific Cognitive Control Alterations in Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
Pubertal development and anxiety risk independently relate to startle habituation during fear conditioning in 8-14 year-old females.
Error-related brain activity is related to aversive potentiation of the startle response in children, but only the ERN is associated with anxiety disorders.
Feedback-related Electroencephalogram Oscillations Of Athletes With High And Low Sports Anxiety
Attention bias modification reduces neural correlates of response monitoring.
Unpredictability increases the error-related negativity in children and adolescents.
Feedback-Related Electroencephalogram Oscillations of Athletes With High and Low Sports Anxiety.
genetic variant brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) polymorphism interacts with hostile parenting to predict error-related brain activity and thereby risk for internalizing disorders in children.
Early temperamental fearfulness and the developmental trajectory of error-related brain activity.
Neural Biomarker and Early Temperament Predict Increased Internalizing Symptoms After a Natural Disaster.
Using Frequency Tagging to Study the Effect of Category Learning on Visual Attention to Object Parts
Reward Sensitivity and Stress as Predictors of Antenatal Depression
Threat-Related Attentional Bias, Cognitive Control, and Temperament in Young Children
Shape Constrained Single Index Models for Biomedical Studies
It's Not You, It's Me
Interplay between Trait Disinhibition and Neural Reward Sensitivity in Substance Problems