Gareth Ramsey

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Two mathematical techniques, the dipole localization method (DLM) and the cortical imaging technique (CIT), are used to analyze the resting and P300 auditory responses in young and old normal volunteers. These methods identify certain age-related features of these evoked responses that are not found by standard topographic methods. These features include(More)
The cortical imaging technique (CIT), a mathematical method for simulating the potential fields on the surface of the brain, was used to analyze the spatio-temporal progression of the AEP P300 component (as well as the preceding and subsequent N2a and N3 components) from thirty normal adult subjects recorded in a standard "oddball" paradigm. Comparisons(More)
Two mathematical techniques, the dipole localization method (DLM) and the cortical imaging technique (CIT), are used to analyze the resting visual response to pattern-reversal stimulation. These methods identify certain age-related features of this evoked response that are not found by using standard topographic maps. These features include the symmetry of(More)
In March 2009 the Bank of England cut official UK interest rates to 0.5%, their lowest-ever level. Financial markets did not expect this low level of interest rates to persist, with the first rise expected nine months later in December 2009. Yet six years on, official UK interest rates remain at 0.5%. The first rise in UK interest rates is still expected(More)
When evoked responses are used in clinical practice and research the measures that are most commonly considered are the latencies and amplitudes of EP components as measured at a single electrode site. Our recent studies have shown that multichannel recordings yield measures such as potential field asymmetry that may be as important as component latency and(More)
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