Auditory event-related responses are generated independently of ongoing brain activity

@article{Mkinen2005AuditoryER,
  title={Auditory event-related responses are generated independently of ongoing brain activity},
  author={V. M{\"a}kinen and H. Tiitinen and P. May},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2005},
  volume={24},
  pages={961-968}
}
For researchers and clinical practitioners alike, evoked and event-related responses measured with MEG and EEG provide the means for studying human brain function and dysfunction. However, the generation mechanism of event-related responses remains unclear, hindering our ability to formulate viable theories of neural information processing. Event-related responses are assumed to be generated either (1) separately of ongoing, oscillatory brain activity or (2) through stimulus-induced… Expand
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