The effect of heavy social drinking on recall and event-related potentials
give us the knowledge about cortical physiological processes during information processing.
An event-related potentials
study of face identification and naming: The tip-of-the-tongue state.
The results from event-related potentials
are also more supportive for the two-stage parallel model than for the serial or other parallel models, as reflected in the differential waves associated to correct and wrong combinations.
In  the effects of electromagnetic fields, emitted by GSM mobile phones on human EEG event-related potentials
and performance during an auditory task with 12 subjects were investigated.
In 1990, Paige and colleagues published a seminal study applying event-related potential
(ERP) methodology to the investigation of central nervous system function in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) .
The use of event-related potentials
(ERPs) to assess the early impact of such exposure offers a way to test infants shortly after birth.
Simultaneous recording of event-related potentials
from the anterior cingulate cortex demonstrated less of an error-related negativity (ERN) in psychopaths, but only on the task requiring emotional identification, reported Ms.
Applications of brain event-related potentials
to problems in engineering psychology.
In one study high-density event-related potentials
were recorded from the brains of 4- to 5-year-olds who were divided into three groups: children with autistic spectrum disorder, those with developmental delay and those with normal development.
Techniques such as electroencephalography (EEG), event-related potentials
(ERP), and brainstem-evoked response (BSER) all share a common approach to cortical electrophysiology -- scalp electrodes are used to detect electrical activity generated by the brain.
A variation of the Sternberg memory-scanning task was used in which event-related potentials
were recorded to both the memory set and the probe.