Resource allocation and somatosensory P300 amplitude during dual task: effects of tracking speed and predictability of tracking direction

@article{Kida2004ResourceAA,
  title={Resource allocation and somatosensory P300 amplitude during dual task: effects of tracking speed and predictability of tracking direction},
  author={Tetsuo Kida and Yoshiaki Nishihira and Arihiro Hatta and Toshiaki Wasaka and Takuroh Higashiura},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={115},
  pages={2616-2628}
}
OBJECTIVE The amount of attentional resources allocated to a task is determined by the intrinsic demands, also denoted as task load or difficulty of the task. Effects of resource allocation on the somatosensory N140 and P300 were investigated in an inter-modal situation using a dual-task methodology. METHODS Under a dual-task condition, subjects concurrently performed a visuomotor tracking task and a somatosensory oddball task, while they performed just the oddball task under an oddball-only… CONTINUE READING

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