Lateral asymmetry in response inhibition task: electrophysiological study of cognitive control
M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Psychological Institute of RAE, Moscow
The study aims to identify differences in the components of evoked potentials in the exercise during cognitive control in individuals with different characteristics of lateral asymmetry in a Go/NoGo task. As a result, we found significant differences in the amplitude of evoked potentials (N200 and P300) between groups of participants with different types of lateral asymmetry. These differences demonstrate the specificity of brain mechanisms of cognitive control in patients with different types of lateral asymmetry.
Keywords: cognitive control, evoked potentials, Go/NoGo, lateral asymmetry.