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OBJECTIVES In the present study, we examined the effects of response priming on the event-related potentials (ERPs) evoked by target stimuli in a go/nogo task. METHODS In each trial, subjects were presented a cue and a target stimulus. The cue informed subjects about the following target in that trial, and therefore, also about the kind of response(More)
The acute effects of cortisol (35mg) administration in 11 healthy male volunteers on resting frontal EEG asymmetry measured in the alpha band were investigated, using a within-subjects double-blind design. Results were indicative of a relative increase of right frontal activity with cortisol. This pattern of activity is similar to the deviant pattern that(More)
|To describe the dynamic behavior of non-linear systems, the linear time-varying approximation appears to be an accurate and convenient description. The linear time-varying approximation is obtained by linearizing the behavior of the non-linear system around its signal dependent bias tra-jectory. For linear time-invariant systems the dynamic behavior is(More)
1333 which is not row sum dominant for all c > 1; d < 1 + p 2, but S is not row sum dominant and is not a nonsingular M-matrix. Define a set B cd : B cd = (c; d)jc > 1; 0 < d < 1 + p 2; 2cd + 2 0 p 2 (c + d) < 4 p 2 : It is easily seen that B cd 6 = ; and the results of [4], [11], [18] cannot be used as (c; d) 2 B cd. However, take (c; d) = (1:1; 0:51) 2 B(More)
| In this paper dynamic exponent-based electronics is introduced as a good candidate for overcoming some of the limitations of classic linear-based electronics. However, the use of the exponential relation as a primitive for the synthesis of electronic circuits implies that we have to deal with analysis and synthesis of dynamic nonlinear circuits. The(More)
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