Late components of lambda responses in cognitive tasks

  title={Late components of lambda responses in cognitive tasks},
  author={Magda Marton and J. Szirtes and Paula Breuer},
  journal={Documenta Ophthalmologica},
The effects of stimulus probability were investigated on the late components of saccade-related brain potentials (lambda responses) in two paradigms, ‘counting’ and ‘guessing.’ Subjects performed saccadic eye movements from a middle light to the target area where one of three kinds of target light stimuli appeared in a randomized sequence, each with a different probability (0.17, 0.33, and 0.50). Brain activity was recorded from six scalp areas. In the counting task subjects were instructed to… CONTINUE READING

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