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Event-related Potentials as Correlates of Attentional Resource Allocation in Dependence on Individual Differences

The nature of interrelations of brain event-related potentials to behavioral measures and temperament dimensions was studied in the situation of attention under the auditory oddball paradigm. Several components of event-related potentials were found to be related to Extraversion, Mobility, Ergonicity and Emotionality. The results are discussed within the framework of the resource model of attention. New putative internal dimensions of temperament are suggested. The data obtained lay the foundation for further psychophysiological studies of attention in the context of individual differences.