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Electrophysiology of Error Processing : Motivational and Affective Correlates
Clinical Perfectionism is the overdependence on self‐evaluation for the determined pursuit of personally demanding, self‐imposed, standards in at least one highly-salient domain, despite adverse consequences (Shafran et ...
Predictors of Clinical Perfectionism : Anxiety, Depression, and Fear of Failure
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the Clinical Perfectionism Questionnaire (CPQ) shows a pattern of correlations similar to those shown for non-clinical perfectionism. We hypothesized that there would be ...
Electrophysiology of Error Processing : Does the Error Positivity Have a Mirror Image Negativity?
Electroencephalography (EEG) is a measure of brain electrical activity from the scalp with components, such as positive and negative deflections in the signal, indexing various mental processes. If the inversion reflects ...
Electrophysiology of Error Processing : Associations With Depression, Anxiety, Fear of Failure, and Clinical Perfectionism
One current debate about the ERN and Pe is whether they reflect performance monitoring or emotional response to errors. We predicted that ERN and Pe would correlate with depression, anxiety, fear of failure, and/or clinical ...
Using Independent Components Analysis to Better Understand the Electrophysiology of Error Processing
The Pe (error positivity) is a positive deflection in the electroencephalogram (EEG) peaking around 250ms following a response when a person makes a task error, especially if they are immediately aware of having made that ...