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Event-related potentials (ERPs) [1] are electrical signals reflecting the neurochemical processes within the brain, which may be recorded non-invasively from the human scalp using electrodes, amplifiers and data acquisition system. ERPs may occur in response to auditory and visual stimuli. Due to poor signal-to-noise ratio, ERPs are measured by presenting(More)
  • R C Howard
  • 1995
Bancroft has proposed a central arousability system as an androgen-sensitive neurophysiological substrate of sexual desire. The present paper describes the author's explorations of a brain-wave measure, the contingent negative variation (CNV), as a putative index of sexual desire under conditions of sexually-relevant stimulation in paedophilic child sex(More)
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