Abe B Tokioka

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Event-related brain potentials generated in an auditory oddball paradigm were recorded in term and preterm infants. The amplitudes of these brain potentials were significantly larger when generated by a rare improbable stimulus compared to a common frequently presented stimulus. While the magnitude of this novelty detection effect depended on the(More)
OBJECTIVE This study examined ethnic differences in assessment of violence risk among psychiatric inpatients by using the Historical Clinical Risk Management-20 (HCR-20). METHODS The HCR-20 was administered to 169 consecutive psychiatric inpatients. Individual items and total scores on the HCR-20 were compared between patients of Asian-American (N=51),(More)
In this study we investigated developmental changes in the auditory P3 latency from childhood to adolescence. Event-related potentials evoked by improbable auditory stimuli were recorded from 35 normal children between the ages of 5 and 13 years. Regression analyses showed significant age trends in the auditory P3 latency. Latencies decreased at a rapid(More)
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