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This study investigated effects of transcendent experiences on contingent negative variation (CNV) amplitude, CNV rebound, and distraction effects. Three groups of age-matched subjects with few (<1 per year), more frequent (10-20 per year), or daily self-reported transcendent experiences received 31 simple RT trials (flash (S(1))/tone (S(2))/button press)(More)
The present study investigated the reliability of CNV distraction and rebound effects, and their relation with reaction time. Twenty-four subjects were presented three blocks of trials: (1) a control block--a fixed foreperiod reaction time task consisting of a flash-tone-key press sequence; (2) a divided-attention block--randomly intermixed trials with and(More)
Thirteen of 20 normal adults given 10 milligrams of dextroamphetamine exhibited paradoxical drowsiness accompanied by lowered electrical brain activity (contingent negative variation, or CNV) in the first hour post-drug. During this period, seven subjects showed behavioral alertness and increased CNV amplitude. Both groups of subjects showed heightened(More)
OBJECTIVES To determine the prevalence of depressive and high trait anxiety symptoms and substance use, including alcohol and nicotine, in first-year and second-year medical students in Skopje University Medical School, Republic of Macedonia. BACKGROUND It is important to investigate medical students because they are under significant pressure during(More)
The clinical study of ERPs has an inherent defect--a self-selection of clinical populations that hampers equating of clinically defined groups on factors extraneous to the independent variables. Such ex post facto studies increase the likelihood of confounding variables in the interpretation of findings. Hence, the development of lawful relationships(More)