Marcelo Malbec

Marcelo Malbec
Erasmus University Rotterdam | EUR · Institute of Psychology (IOP)

PhD Student

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Errors have been conceptualized as internal forms of threat that can cause harm in unpredictable ways. An index of error processing is the error-related negativity (ERN), an event-related potential reflecting variability in the sensitivity to errors. Prior work has shown the relationship between psychopathology symptoms and the ERN is unclear, and...
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Errors have been conceptualized as internal forms of threat that can cause harm in unpredictable ways. An index of error processing is the error-related negativity (ERN), an event-related potential reflecting variability in the sensitivity to errors. Prior work has shown the relationship between psychopathology symptoms and the ERN is unclear, and...
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Background: Deficits in error processing are reflected in an inability of people with externalizing problems to adjust their problem behaviour. The present study contains 2 meta-analyses, testing whether error processing - indexed by the event-related potentials error-related negativity (ERN) and error positivity (Pe) - is reduced in children and...
Poster
Brain processing of Social Rejection (SR) is not well understood, especially in atypical neurodevelopmental populations. For instance, people diagnosed with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) present difficulties processing communication cues, have less social acceptance, and more peers' rejections (Hoza et al., 2005; Wehmeier et al.,...

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Projects (2)
Project
Analyze behavioral and electrophysiological responses of individuals with different levels of Intolerance of Uncertainty (IU) in different cognitive domains.
Project
To describe the socio-affective features of ADHD along with a Cognitive Neuroscience approach. EEG; ECG; Eyetracker.