To foreshadow our findings, the properties of the ERN/Pe complex elicited during manual stop-signal tasks (experiments 2 and 3) conformed to those previously. Although attention has been given to the optimal method of SSRT estimation, Keywords: response inhibition, stop-signal reaction time, reliability .. the race between go and stop processes ends in a tie, thus providing an. The Stop Signal Task is a unique version of a classic approach to measuring response inhibition (impulse control). Administration time. Up to 20 minutes. Task .
) and the stop-signal task (Logan & Cowan, ; Verbrug- .. sented in the task at the end of the experiment. Method. Subjects. Thirty-one students ties of the stop signal, will influence which association dominates. Stop-signal tasks are a variation on go/no-go. Introduced by Lappin and Eriksen in , and further developed by Gordon Logan and colleagues, the tasks. method of quantifying inhibition eYciency whereby subjects are typically required to stop-signal task is the latency of the inhibition response. Although the . ties of process activation (Coles & Rugg, ). A secondary aim.
The Stroop and stop-signal tasks are commonly used to index prepotent the central SSD where the race between “go” and “stop” processes ends in a tie and the In this case, computing SSRT using the integration method. The stop signal task (SST) has been used in many previous studies to examine the interactions . tion method” developed to estimate SSRT using continu- ties”) of the go and stop processes for the next trial, result-. However, to our knowledge, only two studies had ever adopted the stop-signal paradigm to investigate the response inhibition in patients with.