A new paper from the lab accepted for publication in PLoS ONE

Sónia do Vale and colleagues got the paper entitled “The relationship between dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), working memory and distraction – a behavioral and electrophysiological approach” accepted in PLoS ONE. In their study, do Vale and colleagues showed that ratio between cortisol and DHEA preceding task performance was related to increased electrophysiological signs of distractibility (enhanced novelty-P3).

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