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The evaluation of one’s own action errors has been shown to be dependent on an individual’s appreciation thereof. Individual differences in the neural processing of errors can be linked to personality profiles related to the perception of errors, such as perfectionism.
Graduate researcher profile: Helen Overhoff
First published on 12 May 2022.
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