Age-related changes in the electrophysiological response to visual stimulus novelty: a topographical approach.

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The relationship of task relevance and stimulus probability to P300 morphology, latency and distribution was assessed. Eight year olds and adults completed visual oddball tasks of recognition memory with frequent non-target (60%), infrequent target (20%), and infrequent novel (20%) stimuli. Stimuli consisted of 2 female faces posing neutral expressions, and… (More)

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@article{Thomas1996AgerelatedCI, title={Age-related changes in the electrophysiological response to visual stimulus novelty: a topographical approach.}, author={Kathleen M. Thomas and C. A. Nelson}, journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology}, year={1996}, volume={98 4}, pages={294-308} }