Elif Isbell published an article in Developmental Psychobiology (3.04). This article examines how methodological choices affected the data quality of neural assessments, specifically event-related potentials (ERPs), in a large sample of kindergarteners (N=170) whose data were collected in public schools. The article provides specific recommendations regarding improving data quality of ERP data collected from young children. This article is co-authored with Dr. Jennie Grammer (University of Virginia).
Isbell, E., & Grammer, J. K. (2021). Event-related potential data quality in young children: Standardized measurement error of error-related negativity and error positivity. Developmental Psychobiology, 00, e22245.