Habituation and Dishabituation of P300

@article{Keeci2006HabituationAD,
  title={Habituation and Dishabituation of P300},
  author={Hulusi Keçeci and Yıldız Değirmenci and Selcuk Atakay},
  journal={Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology},
  year={2006},
  volume={19},
  pages={130-134}
}
ObjectiveWe aimed to see the consequences of habituation and posthabituation by means of repeatedly measuring the effects over a longer period. MethodThe study was performed on 27 healthy volunteers. The event-related potentials were recorded from the Fz, the Cz, and the Pz electrode sites. The rare tone-frequent tone probability ratio was 20%. All subjects were asked to press a button when they heard a rare tone. The test was continued until 20 artifact-free rare tones were averaged, which was… 
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