No EEG evidence for subconscious detection during Rapid Serial Visual Presentation

Abstract

Electroencephalography (EEG) is widely used to study visual and auditory perception. It has the benefit of high temporal resolution allowing one to detect the earliest moments of neural processing of a stimulus. In some detection tasks EEG signals precede overt behavioral response by as much as 200 ms, i.e. at times when stimuli may not yet have been… (More)

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