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The N1 wave of the human electric and magnetic response to sound: a review and an analysis of the component structure.
This paper reviews the literature on the Nl wave of the human auditory evoked potential. It concludes that at least six different cerebral processes can contribute to (he negative wave recorded fromExpand
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Guidelines for using human event-related potentials to study cognition: recording standards and publication criteria.
Event-related potentials (ERPs) recorded from the human scalp can provide important information about how the human brain normally processes information and about how this processing may go awry inExpand
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The P300 Wave of the Human Event‐Related Potential
  • T. Picton
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official…
  • 1 October 1992
The P300 wave is a positive deflection in the human event-related potential. Expand
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Electrical Signs of Selective Attention in the Human Brain
Auditory evoked potentials were recorded from the vertex of subjects who listened selectively to a series of tone pips in one ear and ignored concurrent tone pips in the other ear. The negativeExpand
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Human auditory steady-state responses: Respuestas auditivas de estado estable en humanos
Steady-state evoked potentials can be recorded from the human scalp in response to auditory stimuli presented at rates between 1 and 200 Hz or by periodic modulations of the amplitude and/orExpand
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Human Auditory Evoked Potentials
  • T. Picton
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • 30 September 2010
Introduction: Past, Present and Potential Recording Evoked Potentials: Means to an End Frequency-Domain: Music of the Hemispheres Finding Sources: Forwards and Backwards Sounds to Charm the BrainExpand
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Envelope and spectral frequency-following responses to vowel sounds
Frequency-following responses (FFRs) were recorded to two naturally produced vowels (/a/ and /i/) in normal hearing subjects. A digitally implemented Fourier analyzer was used to measure responseExpand
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Human auditory evoked potentials. I. Evaluation of components.
Abstract Fifteen distinct components can be identified in the scalp recorded average evoked potential to an abrupt auditory stimulus. The early components (I–VI) occuring in the first 8 msec after aExpand
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Intracerebral Sources of Human Auditory Steady-State Responses
The objective of this study was to localize the intracerebral generators for auditory steady-state responses. The stimulus was a continuous 1000-Hz tone presented to the right or left ear at 70 dBExpand
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