Event-related potentials in humans during spatial navigation

@inproceedings{Mollison2005EventrelatedPI,
  title={Event-related potentials in humans during spatial navigation},
  author={Matthew V. Mollison},
  year={2005}
}
Computer-generated, three-dimensional environments were used to study implicit landmark recognition by having participants take on the role of a taxi driver. During the task, electrical activity on the scalp was measured at 128 locations, and behavioral data on actions within the environment was recorded. Event-related potentials (ERPs) were calculated for a time period surrounding the appearance of target and non-target locations on the computer screen, showing the cortical activation during… CONTINUE READING
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