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    1. Matsumoto, K; Matsuoka, H; Yamazaki, H; Sakai, H; Kato, T; Miura, N; Nakamura, M; Osakabe, K; Saito, H; Ueno, T; Sato, M
      Impairment of an event-related potential correlate of memory in schizophrenia: effects of immediate and delayed word repetition

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Hansenne, M
      The P300 event-related potential. II. Interindividual variability and clinical application in psychopathology.

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Becker, DE; Haley, DW; Urena, VM; Yingling, CD
      Pain measurement with evoked potentials: combination of subjective ratings, randomized intensities, and long interstimulus intervals produces a P300-like confound

      PAIN
    4. Krug, R; Plihal, W; Fehm, HL; Born, J
      Selective influence of the menstrual cycle on perception of stimuli with reproductive significance: An event-related potential study

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Detari, L; Rasmusson, DD; Semba, K
      The role of basal forebrain neurons in tonic and phasic activation of the cerebral cortex

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    6. YOSHIDA H; IWAHASHI M; YAMAGUCHI M; TONOIKE M
      NEUROMAGNETIC ACTIVITY IN THE HUMAN LEFT CEREBRAL HEMISPHERE CONCERNING LOGICAL PROCESSING DURING AUDITORY ODDBALL STIMULATION

      NeuroReport
    7. Knight, RT; Scabini, D
      Anatomic bases of event-related potentials and their relationship to novelty detection in humans

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. RUGG MD; MARK RE; GILCHRIST J; ROBERTS RC
      ERP REPETITION EFFECTS IN INDIRECT AND DIRECT TASKS - EFFECTS OF AGE AND INTERITEM LAG

      Psychophysiology
    9. WANG YP; NAKASHIMA K; SHIRAISHI Y; KAWAI Y; OHAMA E; TAKAHASHI K
      P300-LIKE POTENTIAL DISAPPEARS IN RABBITS WITH LESIONS IN THE NUCLEUSBASALIS OF MEYNERT

      Experimental Brain Research
    10. RUUSUVIRTA T; KORHONEN T; PENTTONEN M; ARIKOSKI J
      HIPPOCAMPAL EVOKED-POTENTIALS TO PITCH DEVIANCES IN AN AUDITORY ODDBALL SITUATION IN THE RABBIT - NO HUMAN MISMATCH-LIKE DEPENDENCE ON STANDARD STIMULI

      Neuroscience letters
    11. BESSON M; FAITA F; REQUIN J
      BRAIN WAVES ASSOCIATED WITH MUSICAL INCONGRUITIES DIFFER FOR MUSICIANS AND NON-MUSICIANS

      Neuroscience letters
    12. MOLNAR M
      ON THE ORIGIN OF THE P3 EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL COMPONENT

      International journal of psychophysiology
    13. PRECHTL JC; BULLOCK TH
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS TO OMITTED VISUAL-STIMULI IN A REPTILE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    14. KARAYANIDIS F; ANDREWS S; WARD PB; MCCONAGHY N
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND REPETITION PRIMING IN YOUNG, MIDDLE-AGEDAND ELDERLY NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Cognitive brain research
    15. KUGLER CFA; TAGHAVY A; PLATT D
      THE EVENT-RELATED P300 POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE HUMAN BRAIN AGING - A REVIEW

      Gerontology
    16. MITCHELL PF; ANDREWS S; WARD PB
      AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY OF SEMANTIC CONGRUITY AND REPETITIONIN A SENTENCE-READING TASK - EFFECTS OF CONTEXT CHANGE

      Psychophysiology


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