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Figure 1. From: The Neural Basis of Sustained and Transient Attentional Control in Young Adults with ADHD.

Behavioral performance on the Stroop task for individuals with ADHD and controls. A) Reaction Time B) Accuracy. Performance is shown for each group separately for each of the three blocks. Within each block, performance on block-specific trials (left) as well as performance on neutral frequent trials (right) is shown. Errors bars represent plus and minus on standard deviation.

Marie T. Banich, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;47(14):3095-3104.
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Figure 2. From: The Neural Basis of Sustained and Transient Attentional Control in Young Adults with ADHD.

Regions of significantly greater activity for controls than individuals with ADHD. A) Blocked activity: Regions of mid- and posterior dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in the contrast of congruent blocks vs. fixation blocks. B) Single-trial activity: Regions of the anterior cingulate cortex and thalamus in the contrast of incongruent trials vs. neutral trials within the incongruent block.

Marie T. Banich, et al. Neuropsychologia. ;47(14):3095-3104.

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