Visual-evoked responses elicited by the onset and offset of sinusoidal gratings: latency, waveform, and topographic characteristics.

@article{Parker1982VisualevokedRE,
  title={Visual-evoked responses elicited by the onset and offset of sinusoidal gratings: latency, waveform, and topographic characteristics.},
  author={Denis M. Parker and Eric A. Salzen and J. Rowland Lishman},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={1982},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={675-80}
}
Transient evoked potentials (VERs) elicited by the onset and offset of sinusoidal gratings have been investigated. Results indicated that an increase in amplitude and a decrease in latency characteristics of VER occur as monotonic functions of increasing contrast. The latencies were shorter for low than for medium spatial frequency gratings up to contrasts of 0.51. Previous reports of the latency of the VER increasing as a monotonic function of increasing spatial frequency are confirmed… CONTINUE READING

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