Immediate and delayed stimulus repetitions evoke different ERPs in a serial-probe recognition task.

@article{Crites2000ImmediateAD,
  title={Immediate and delayed stimulus repetitions evoke different ERPs in a serial-probe recognition task.},
  author={Stephen L. Crites and Philip Delgado and Jim Devine and Dora Isabel Lozano},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={37 6},
  pages={850-8}
}
In this study we examined whether event-related potentials (ERPs) associated with stimulus repetition and recognition in a serial-probe recognition task were comparable to ERPs in other tasks that are more typically used to investigate old/new ERP effects. The experiment consisted of 320 trials in which a recognition probe followed a four-item memory set; 160 trials consisted of images depicting common objects that were easy to label (EL task), and 160 trials consisted of images depicting… CONTINUE READING