A study compared attentional inhibition in patients with migraine versus controls, measured as event-related potentials (ERPs) while performing a neuropsychological test. Patients with migraine and controls performed the color-word Stroop task. Behavioral and ERP data were evaluated. When evaluating the behavioral data, the researchers found that the migraine group had a longer reaction time. However, the groups did not differ in terms of Stroop effect.

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