The true P3 is hard to see: some comments on Kok's (1986) paper on degraded stimuli.

@article{Verleger1988TheTP,
  title={The true P3 is hard to see: some comments on Kok's (1986) paper on degraded stimuli.},
  author={Rolf Verleger},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={1988},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={45-50}
}
Kok (1986) investigated why P3 amplitudes are reduced when stimuli are degraded. He proposed that a positive moment-related component might overlap P3 after intact stimuli and a negative one after degraded stimuli ("MRP overlap" hypothesis). Discussing his findings, it is suggested that MRP overlap can only account for the result if another overlap hypothesis ("nogo overlap") is added. But even this combined hypothesis cannot explain reducing effects of degradation found in other paradigms… CONTINUE READING
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