Towards a functional topography of sensory gating areas: invasive P50 recording and electrical stimulation mapping in epilepsy surgery candidates.

Abstract

The filtering of sensory information, also referred to as "sensory gating", is impaired in various neuropsychiatric diseases. In the auditory domain, sensory gating is investigated mainly as a response decrease of the auditory evoked potential component P50 from one click to the second in a double-click paradigm. In order to relate deficient sensory gating… (More)

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@article{Kurthen2007TowardsAF, title={Towards a functional topography of sensory gating areas: invasive P50 recording and electrical stimulation mapping in epilepsy surgery candidates.}, author={Martin Kurthen and Peter Trautner and Timm Rosburg and Thomas Grunwald and T. Dietl and Kai-Uwe K{\"{u}hn and Carlo Schaller and Christian Erich Elger and Horst Urbach and Kost V. Elisevich and Nash N. Boutros}, journal={Psychiatry research}, year={2007}, volume={155 2}, pages={121-33} }