Individual Differences in Asymmetric Resting-State Frontal Cortical Activity Modulate ERPs and Performance in a Global-Local Attention Task

Journal of Psychophysiology, 05/04/2012

The event–related potentials were associated with enhanced performance on trials requiring a global focus. These results provide the first evidence for a positive association between left relative frontal activity during rest and increased efficiency of right–lateralized brain mechanisms that are involved in processing global information.

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