Normative event-related potentials from sensory and cognitive tasks reveal occipital and frontal activities prior and following visual events

F. Di Russo, Berchicci M, Bianco V, Perri RL, Pitzalis S, Quinzi F, Spinelli D

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In the present study, we report the results from a large sample of participants (N = 136), selected based on their EEG quality, to obtain event-related potential (ERP) normative data. All participants were tested in Simple Response Task (SRT) and Discriminative Response Task (DRT). A subset of 36 participants was tested also in Passive Vision task. Both pre- and post-stimulus ERPs were analyzed and compared among different tasks. Spatiotemporal patterns of all the observed components were analyzed using source analysis. Beside the well-known ERP components, we also described recently identified prefrontal components: the pre-stimulus prefrontal negativity (pN) associated to proactive cognitive (mainly inhibitory) control within the inferior frontal gyrus (iFg); the post-stimulus prefrontal N1, P1 and P2 (pN1, pP1 and pP2) involved in perceptual and visual-motor awareness (pN1 and pP1), and in stimulus-response mapping and decision-making (pP2) localized within the insular cortex. The large sample of high-quality EEG datasets allowed to identify four additional components: the pre-stimulus visual negativity (vN) originating in extrastriate visual areas and interpreted as a visual readiness activity; the post-stimulus prefrontal N2 and N3 (pN2 and pN3) components interpreted as feedback reactivation of the anterior insular cortex; and the post-stimulus prefrontal P3 (pP3), interpreted as persisting inhibitory activity of the iFg for inhibited trials.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)173-187
Number of pages15
JournalNeuroImage
Volume196
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 1 2019

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Normative event-related potentials from sensory and cognitive tasks reveal occipital and frontal activities prior and following visual events. / Di Russo, F.; M, Berchicci; V, Bianco; RL, Perri; S, Pitzalis; F, Quinzi; D, Spinelli.

In: NeuroImage, Vol. 196, 01.08.2019, p. 173-187.

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Di Russo, F. ; M, Berchicci ; V, Bianco ; RL, Perri ; S, Pitzalis ; F, Quinzi ; D, Spinelli. / Normative event-related potentials from sensory and cognitive tasks reveal occipital and frontal activities prior and following visual events. In: NeuroImage. 2019 ; Vol. 196. pp. 173-187.
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