Disentangling the Contributions of Proactive and Reactive Control to Impulsivity

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  1. Mark D’Esposito

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Impulsive individuals are thought to lack cognitive control, which has been found to operate via two distinct modes: reactive control (i.e., goal information is triggered by a stimulus) and proactive control (i.e., goal information is sustained over time) (Braver, 2012). Cognitive control in the lateral prefrontal cortex (LPFC) has been shown to be hierarchically organized: the frontopolar cortex ...

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