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S54. Exploring the Neurophysiological Correlates of Early and Late Emotional Interference on Response Preparation in Youth With Bipolar Disorder

      Emotional dysregulation in pediatric bipolar disorder (pBD) can affect attentional processes, which are influenced by response preparation. However, the temporal dynamics of emotional interference on response preparation in pBD is poorly evaluated. Our aim is to explore P100 and LPP amplitudes during response preparation processes with emotional distractors in patients with pBP and healthy controls (HC).
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