Simple methods of identifying the independently generated components of scalp-recorded responses evoked by stationary patterns

@article{Jeffreys1996SimpleMO,
  title={Simple methods of identifying the independently generated components of scalp-recorded responses evoked by stationary patterns},
  author={D. Aled Jeffreys},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={111},
  pages={100-112}
}
The preceding study of the influence of various stimulus parameters on a single subject's pattern-on-set visual evoked potentials (VEPs) identified several constituent potentials with distinctive stimulus-related (and topographic) response properties. This paper describes related experiments in which an appropriate selection of the stimuli used in the original study, and some additional images of faces and other figures, were used to analyse and compare the composition of the VEPs recorded from… CONTINUE READING

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