Frequency and location specificity of the human vertex N1 wave.

@article{Ntnen1988FrequencyAL,
  title={Frequency and location specificity of the human vertex N1 wave.},
  author={Risto N{\"a}{\"a}t{\"a}nen and Mikko Sams and Kimmo Alho and Petri Paavilainen and Kalevi Reinikainen and Evgeni N. Sokolov},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={69 6},
  pages={
          523-31
        }
}
Test tones of 1000 Hz subjectively located in the middle of the head were randomly presented with equiprobable intervening tones. The latter stimulus was constant within a stimulus block. The frequency of the intervening stimulus varied between different blocks from 578 Hz to 1728 Hz and its location varied in parallel with the frequency along the left-right dimension through 7 different locations. The constant inter-stimulus interval was 460 msec. The EEG was recorded at Cz and Fz. The N1 wave… CONTINUE READING

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