Cortical evoked responses and response decrement in nonretarded and Down's syndrome individuals.

@article{Dustman1979CorticalER,
  title={Cortical evoked responses and response decrement in nonretarded and Down's syndrome individuals.},
  author={R. E. Dustman and D A Callner},
  journal={American journal of mental deficiency},
  year={1979},
  volume={83 4},
  pages={391-7}
}
Cortical evoked responses were recorded from 66 nonretarded and 66 Down's syndrome subjects. Analyses of single-trial responses from which evoked responses were averaged indicated that visual evoked response amplitude in nonretarded subjects was more dependent on variability than on amplitude of single responses. Response decrement, the tendency for evoked responses to attenuate with repetitive stimulation, was clearly observed in the evoked responses of the nonretarded subjects but was minimal… CONTINUE READING

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