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Midlatency auditory evoked responses: differential recovery cycle characteristics.
Middle latency responses (MLRs), in the 10-100 msec latency range evoked by click stimuli, were examined in two sets of 7 adult subjects utilizing 5 randomly ordered rates of stimulus presentation:Expand
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Midlatency auditory evoked responses: differential effects of sleep in the human.
Middle latency responses (MLRs) in the 10-100 msec latency range, evoked by click stimuli, were studied in 14 adult volunteer subjects during sleep-wakefulness to determine whether such changes inExpand
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The BABAR detector: Upgrades, operation and performance
The BaBar detector operated successfully at the PEP-II asymmetric e +e- collider at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory from 1999 to 2008. This report covers upgrades, operation, and performanceExpand
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Focal spike‐induced cerebral dysfunction is related to the after‐coming slow wave
By means of a computerized system of spike detection, presentation of visual stimuli, and registration of reaction times (RTs), we have shown previously that focal posterior interictal spikes causeExpand
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Midlatency auditory evoked responses: differential abnormality of P1 in Alzheimer's disease.
The human 'P1' middle latency evoked potential is postulated to be generated in the thalamus by a cholinergic component of the ascending reticular activating system. To test the hypothesis that P1Expand
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The effect of focal interictal spikes on perception and reaction time. II. Neuroanatomic specificity.
  • D. Shewmon, R. Erwin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Electroencephalography and clinical…
  • 1 April 1988
By means of a computerized system of spike detection, presentation of visual stimuli, and timing of a button press, we showed previously that single posterior interictal spikes resulted in transientExpand
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Midlatency auditory evoked responses in the human and the cat model.
Findings from the experiments summarized above indicate that the MRL components, Pa and P1, are differentially affected by several functional and parametric variables, suggesting that each of theseExpand
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Physician Beliefs and Practices Regarding SIDS and SIDS Risk Reduction
The AAP has alerted pediatricians to the importance of safe sleep environment for infants. The elements of a safe sleep environment include supine sleep position, safe crib, and avoidance of smokeExpand
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Transient impairment of visual perception induced by single interictal occipital spikes.
We have previously reported that focal occipital interictal epileptiform discharges (spikes) cause transiently prolonged reaction time (RT) and increased nonperception of stimuli, especially in theExpand
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The effect of focal interictal spikes on perception and reaction time. I. General considerations.
  • D. Shewmon, R. Erwin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Electroencephalography and clinical…
  • 1 April 1988
The effect of focal interictal spikes on visual perception and reaction time (RT) was studied in 3 subjects, by means of a computerized system of spike detection, presentation of visual stimuli, andExpand
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