Performance Monitoring in Children Following Traumatic Brain Injury Compared to Typically Developing Children Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Children with traumatic brain injury are reported to have deficits in performance monitoring, but the mechanisms underlying these deficits are not well understood. Four performance monitoring hypotheses were explored by comparing how 28 children with traumatic brain injury and 28 typically developing controls (matched by age and sex) performed on the stop-signal task. Control children slowed significantly more following incorrect than correct stop-signal trials, fitting the error monitoring hypothesis. In contrast, the traumatic brain injury group showed no performance monitoring difference with trial types, but significant group differences did not emerge, suggesting that children with traumatic brain injury may not perform the same way as controls.

authors

  • Wilkinson, Amy A
  • Dennis, Maureen
  • Taylor, Margot J
  • Guerguerian, Anne-Marie
  • Boutis, Kathy
  • Choong, Karen Li-mei
  • Campbell, Craig
  • Fraser, Douglas
  • Hutchison, Jamie
  • Schachar, Russell

publication date

  • January 2017