Drink alcohol and dim the lights: The impact of cognitive deficits on medial frontal cortex function

  • Yeung N
  • Ralph J
  • Nieuwenhuis S
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Abstract Scalp electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings indicate that regions in the medial frontal cortex (MFC) are active following errors. Alcohol consumption reduces this error- related activity, perhaps suggesting that alcohol disrupts the operation of an error- ...

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  • Nick Yeung

  • Jason Ralph

  • Sander Nieuwenhuis

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