DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.6.1645

Event-Related Potentials Analysis of Resilience Distraction Inhibition Ability of Students with Learning Disabilities

Yin Wu


To explore the relationship between the two kinds of inhibition abilities and their development and the mathematics learning disability, this paper studies on Event-Related Potentials (ERP) analysis of resilience distraction inhibition ability of students with learning disabilities. The main purpose of this study is to examine whether there are differences in distraction inhibition and extraction inhibition between good mathematics learner students (hereinafter: the good group) and students with mathematics learning disabilities (hereinafter: the poor group). In the good mathematics learner students group, the difference reaches a significant level; in the students group with mathematics learning disabilities, the difference is not obvious. In the position negative priming task, in both the poor group and the control group, the average response time of the negative priming condition is significantly longer than the control condition, indicating that students in both the good group and the poor group show obvious position negative priming effects; the position negative priming amount is less than that of the control group, indicating the position inhibition ability of students in the poor group is better than the students in the good group.


Learning Disability, Students, Distraction Inhibition Ability

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