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Several ERP studies have shown an orienting complex, the N2/P3a, associated to the detection of stimulus novelty. Its role consists in preparing the organism to process and react to biologically prepotent stimuli. Whether this N2/P3a: (1) could be obtained with complex visual stimuli, such as with emotional facial expressions; and (2) could take part in a(More)
Behavioral studies have shown that two different morphed faces perceived as reflecting the same emotional expression are harder to discriminate than two faces considered as two different ones. This advantage of between-categorical differences compared with within-categorical ones is classically referred as the categorical perception effect. The temporal(More)
INTRODUCTION The increasing knowledge about anatomical structures and cellular processes underlying psychiatric disorders may help bridge the gap between clinical manifestations and basic physiological processes. Accordingly, important insights have been brought these last years into a main psychiatric affection, i.e. schizophrenia. MATERIAL AND METHODS(More)
BACKGROUND Somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs) are increasingly performed for the assessment of peripheral neuropathies, but no practical guidelines have yet been established in this specific application. STUDY AIM To determine the relevant indication criteria and optimal technical parameters for SSEP recording in peripheral neuropathy investigation.(More)
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