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The P300 (P3) event-related brain potential was elicited in a group of 50 children and young adults (4-20 years). A simple auditory task was employed in which subjects indicated with a finger movement when a randomly occurring target tone (high pitch) was presented in a series of standard (low pitch) tones. The probability of the target tone was varied(More)
The P300 component was obtained from ten pairs of identical twins and matched control subjects with an auditory discrimination task. The event-related brain potentials (ERPs) from the identical twins were strikingly similar in amplitude and latency compared to control subject pairs. The data suggest that individual variations in ERP waveform morphology are(More)
P300 event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were obtained from 20 pairs of male and 20 pairs of female undergraduate subjects. One member of each pair reported having a father who was alcoholic (FHP), the other reported no known alcoholic biological relative (FHN). Pair members were matched on age, height, weight, grade point average, and personal drinking(More)
Introduction: None of the currently available pulmonary artery (PA) catheters allows instantaneous and continuous measurement of pulmonary blood flow. At best, the so-called continuous cardiac output (CO) catheters (and associated software) indicate continuously an averaged value of CO measured over several minutes. A new catheter has been introduced(More)
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