Event-related brain potentials during the standard autonomic-based concealed information test.

@article{Matsuda2009EventrelatedBP,
  title={Event-related brain potentials during the standard autonomic-based concealed information test.},
  author={Izumi Matsuda and Hiroshi Nittono and Akihisa Hirota and Tokihiro Ogawa and Noriyoshi Takasawa},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={74 1},
  pages={58-68}
}
The concealed information test (CIT) has been used to detect information that examinees possess by means of their autonomic responses. However, the central activities related to these autonomic responses remain unclear. In this study, we simultaneously recorded 128-ch event-related potentials (ERPs) and various autonomic responses (heart rate, respiratory rate, respiratory amplitude, cutaneous blood flow, and skin conductance response) to a critical item (i.e., the item that participants… CONTINUE READING
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