Corrigendum to “Birds of a feather flock together: Evidence of prominent correlations within but not between self-report, behavioral, and electrophysiological measures of impulsivity” [Biol. Psychol. 145 (2019) 112–123]
(Biological Psychology (2019) 145 (112–123), (S030105111830601X), (10.1016/j.biopsycho.2019.04.008))
The authors regret that the durations of the tasks from sample 1, collected by Rietdijk et al. (PLoS ONE 9, e102672, 2014), were reported incorrectly. Specifically, the Eriksen Flanker task actually had a fixation cue of 250 ms (not 150 ms) and an intertrial interval of 500 ms (not 100 ms). The Go/No-Go task consisted of a vowel that was presented for 700 ms (not 200 ms), followed by a fixation cue (‘+’) of 300 ms (and not an empty screen for 1020-1220 ms). Rietdijk et al. (2014) have been informed about these errors and have themselves informed PLoS ONE. The different durations are not expected to impact the present paper's findings or conclusions, as it primarily focuses on the relations between different measurements (and not on their exact values). As long as these measurements gauge impulsivity, they suffice. Still, the authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
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Bernoster, I, de Groot, K, Wieser, M.J, Thurik, A.R, & Franken, I.H.A. (2020). Corrigendum to “Birds of a feather flock together: Evidence of prominent correlations within but not between self-report, behavioral, and electrophysiological measures of impulsivity” [Biol. Psychol. 145 (2019) 112–123]. Biological Psychology. doi:10.1016/j.biopsycho.2020.107924