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Abstract Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded from 13 scalp electrodes while subjects read sentences, some of which contained either a verb that disagreed in number with the subject noun (syntactic anomaly) or a word in uppercase letters (physical anomaly). Uppercase words elicited the P300 complex of positivities, whereas agreement(More)
A network's physical layer is deceptively quiet. Hub lights blink in response to network traffic, but do little to convey the range of information that the network carries. Analysis of the individual traffic flows and their content is essential to a complete understanding of network usage. Many tools let you view traffic in real time, but real-time(More)
changes in the event-related brain potential (ERP). ERPs are scalp-recorded voltage changes in the electroenceph-alogram that are time-locked to the onset of a sensory, motor, or cognitive event (for a review, see Rugg & Coles, 1995, or Hillyard & Picton, 1987). ERPs consist of positive and negative voltage deflections (or " components ") that are(More)
The Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Program is intended to provide comprehensive preventive health care services for children and young adults from low-income families on Medicaid. Unfortunately, only a fraction of the individuals eligible for care actually receive EPSDT services, often because of a shortage of providers who(More)
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