Event-related potentials elicited by unexpected visual stimuli after voluntary actions.

  title={Event-related potentials elicited by unexpected visual stimuli after voluntary actions.},
  author={Shinobu Adachi and Koji Morikawa and Hiroshi Nittono},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  volume={66 3},
Event-related potentials from visual stimuli that were presented after voluntary actions were recorded to examine how people expect their action effects. Participants pressed a button in response to a cue stimulus (L or R) either in the fixed condition where participants always pressed a center button or in the choice condition where they selectively pressed the corresponding left or right button. Immediately after the button press, a second stimulus (left or right) was presented visually to… CONTINUE READING

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