event-related potential


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event-related potential

[i¦vent ri‚lād·əd pə′ten·chəl]
(neuroscience)
Electrical activity produced by the brain in response to a sensory stimulus or associated with the execution of a motor, cognitive, or psychophysiologic task.
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Amplitude of the P3 component of the event-related potential (ERP) at midline electrodes (Fz, Cz, Pz) was analyzed using a one-between (group) and one-within (electrode site) repeated measures ANOVA for the neutral word task.
As in the two previous experiments, the EEG data were preprocessed to remove muscle and ocular artifacts, then epoched and averaged into event-related potential (ERP) data for each condition (epochs of -100-ms to 800-ms duration).
2003) Event-related potentials reflect impaired face recognition in patients with congenital prosopagnosia.
The effect of heavy social drinking on recall and event-related potentials.
Modulated microwave effects on electroencephalographic event-related potentials (ERP) and cognitive performance has been the subject of extensive discussion during the last decade.
Abbreviations: 5-HT = serotonin, 5-HTTLPR = 5-HT transporter gene, ANOVA = analysis of variance, CAPS = Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale, EOG = electrooculogram, ERP = event-related potential, ExP+ = combat-exposed twin with PTSD, ExP- = combat-exposed twin without PTSD, l = long, MDD = major depressive disorder, PTSD = posttraumatic stress disorder, s = short, SCL-90-R = Symptom Checklist-90-Revised, SD = standard deviation, SSRI = selected serotonin reuptake inhibitor, UxP+ = combat-unexposed cotwin of twin with PTSD, UxP- = combat-unexposed cotwin of twin without PTSD, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, VET = Vietnam Era Twin (Registry).
Event-related potentials and psychopharmacology: Chofinergic modulation of P300.
Event-related potential studies in infants and children.
Research using EEG, as well as event-related potentials (ERPs) and event-related oscillations (EROs), which measure brain activity in response to a specific stimulus, have shown that the brain activity of alcoholics and nonalcoholics differs in some characteristic ways.
Amplitude of visual P3 event-related potential as a phenotypic marker for a predisposition to alcoholism: Preliminary results from the COGA project.