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High resolution evoked potentials (EPs), sampled from 115 channels and spatially sharpened with the finite element deblurring method, were recorded from 8 subjects during working memory (WM) and control tasks. The tasks required matching each stimulus with a preceding stimulus on either verbal or spatial attributes. All stimuli elicited a central P200(More)
High temporal resolution is necessary to resolve the rapidly changing patterns of brain activity that underlie mental function. While electroencephalography (EEG) provides temporal resolution in the millisecond range, which would seem to make it an ideal complement to other imaging modalities, traditional EEG technology and practice provides insufficient(More)
High temporal resolution is necessary to resolve the rapidly changing patterns of brain activity that underlie mental function. Electroencephalography (EEG) provides temporal resolution in the millisecond range. However, traditional EEG technology and practice provide insufficient spatial detail to identify relationships between brain electrical events and(More)
In operational environments that demand sustained vigilance or that involve multiple tasks competing for limited attentional resources, continuous monitoring of the mental state of the operator could decrease the potential for serious errors and provide valuable information concerning the ergonomics of the tasks being performed. There is widespread(More)
The effective recording area of an EEG electrode is its electrical contact area with the scalp. With techniques that employ wet electrolyte, this area is primarily determined by the extent of electrolyte dispersion rather than by the size of the electrode. The effective recording areas of 10 widely distributed EEG electrodes embedded in an elasticized(More)
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