Use of Event-Related Potentials ( ERPs ) in Studies of Perception and Attention

@inproceedings{Woodman2010UseOE,
  title={Use of Event-Related Potentials ( ERPs ) in Studies of Perception and Attention},
  author={Geoffrey F. Woodman},
  year={2010}
}
Due to the precise temporal resolution of electrophysiological recordings, the event-related potential (ERP) technique has proven particularly valuable for testing theories of perception and attention. Here, I provide a brief tutorial of the ERP technique for consumers of such research and those considering the use of human electrophysiology in their own work. My discussion begins with the basics regarding what brain activity ERPs measure and why they are well suited to reveal critical aspects… CONTINUE READING

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