The ERN is often followed by a positivity, known as the error-related positivity or Pe. The Pe is a positive deflection with a centro-parietal distribution. When elicited, the Pe can occur 200-500ms after making an incorrect response, following the error negativity (Ne, ERN), but is not evident on all error trials. In particular, the Pe is dependent on awareness or ability to detect errors.
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Positive relationship between Error-related positivity and MDD (count: 4)
Across all conditions, the depressed participants exhibited ......
Across all conditions, the depressed participants exhibited greater amplitude of the error-related negativity component, relative to the comparison subjects, and equivalent error positivity amplitude.More...
Significant group differences were observed between MDD pati......
Significant group differences were observed between MDD patients and controls for the Pe (error positivity), but not for the Ne/ERN (error negativity/error-related negativity). More...
the difference between the Pe on error and correct trials (D......
the difference between the Pe on error and correct trials (DeltaPe) was reduced among individuals with MDD compared to healthy controlsMore...
Positive relationships between Error-related positivity and other components at different levels (count: 0)
Positive relationship network of Error-related positivity in MK4MDD
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Negative relationships between Error-related positivity and MDD (count: 0)
Negative relationships between Error-related positivity and other components at different levels (count: 0)
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