Characterization of event related potentials using information theoretic distance measures

  title={Characterization of event related potentials using information theoretic distance measures},
  author={Selin Aviyente and Linda A. W. Brakel and Ramesh K. Kushwaha and Michael Snodgrass and Howard Shevrin and William J. Williams},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
Analysis of event-related potentials (ERPs) using signal processing tools has become extremely widespread in recent years. Nonstationary signal processing tools such as wavelets and time-frequency distributions have proven to be especially effective in characterizing the transient phenomena encountered in event-related potentials. In this paper, we focus on the analysis of event-related potentials collected during a psychological experiment where two groups of subjects, spider phobics and snake… CONTINUE READING


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