Emmanuelle Kristensen

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The Event Related Potential P300 has been intensively studied for over forty years (Polish, 2012). It is elicited at each updating of the stimulus representation, reflecting a cascade of cognitive processes engaging attentional and memory mechanisms. This potential is a positive component, appearing 300ms after stimulus onset, with maximal amplitude in(More)
The usual event-related potential (ERP) estimation is the average across epochs time-locked on stimuli of interest. These stimuli are repeated several times to improve the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and only one evoked potential is estimated inside the temporal window of interest. Consequently, the average estimation does not take into account other neural(More)
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