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Stop signal task
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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 . 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. In the stop-signal paradigm, subjects perform a go task, such as reporting the identity of a stimulus. Occasionally, the go stimulus is followed by a stop signal.
The Stop-signal task (SST), in which participants must inhibit prepotent responses, has been used to identify neural systems that vary with. Abstract. The stop-signal reaction-time (SSRT) task measures inhibition of a response that has already been initiated, that is, the ability to stop. Response inhibition task; SSRT A neurocognitive task designed to provide a sensitive measure of the time taken by the brain to inhibit or suppress inappropriate.
SSRT can be estimated because performance in the stop-signal task can be distribution of the stop signals is random and that stimuli in the go task are not. Inquisit Stop Signal Task Online: Download Scripts and View Demos. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging to show the neural correlates of response inhibition during a stop-signal task. The task has a.