Why the P3b is still a plausible correlate of conscious access? A commentary on Silverstein et al., 2015

@article{Naccache2016WhyTP,
  title={Why the P3b is still a plausible correlate of conscious access? A commentary on Silverstein et al., 2015},
  author={Lionel Naccache and S{\'e}bastien Marti and Jacobo Diego Sitt and Darinka Tr{\"u}butschek and Lucie Berkovitch},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2016},
  volume={85},
  pages={126-128}
}
Lionel Naccache , S ebastien Marti , Jacobo D. Sitt , Darinka Trübutschek f,g and Lucie Berkovitch f a AP-HP, Groupe hospitalier Piti e-Salpêtri ere, Department of Neurology, Paris, France b AP-HP, Groupe hospitalier Piti e-Salpêtri ere, Department of Neurophysiology, Paris, France c INSERM, U 1127, Paris, France d Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle epini ere, ICM, PICNIC Lab, Paris, France e Sorbonne Universit es, UPMC Univ Paris 06, Facult e de M edecine Piti e-Salpêtri ere, Paris, France f… CONTINUE READING

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