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    1. Doering, TJ; Thiel, J; Steuernagel, B; Johannes, B; Konitzer, M; Niederstadt, C; Schneider, B; Fischer, GC
      Changes of cognitive brain functions in the elderly by Kneipp therapy

      FORSCHENDE KOMPLEMENTARMEDIZIN UND KLASSISCHE NATURHEILKUNDE
    2. Naumann, A; Bierbrauer, J; Przuntek, H; Daum, I
      Attentive and preattentive processing in narcolepsy as revealed by event-related potentials (ERPs)

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Desoto, MC; Fabiani, M; Geary, DC; Gratton, G
      When in doubt, do it both ways: Brain evidence of the simultaneous activation of conflicting motor responses in a spatial Stroop task

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Rudell, AP; Hu, B
      Does a warning signal accelerate the processing of sensory information? Evidence from recognition potential responses to high and low frequency words

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Ilan, AB; Polich, J
      Tobacco smoking and event-related brain potentials in a Stroop task

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Silva-Pereyra, J; Fernandez, T; Harmony, T; Bernal, J; Galan, L; Diaz-Comas, L; Fernandez-Bouzas, A; Yanez, G; Rivera-Gaxiola, M; Rodriguez, M; Marosi, E
      Delayed P300 during Sternberg and color discrimination tasks in poor readers

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Talsma, D; Wijers, AA; Klaver, P; Mulder, G
      Working memory processes show different degrees of lateralization: Evidence from event-related potentials

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Daffner, KR; Rentz, DM; Scinto, LFM; Faust, R; Budson, AE; Holcomb, PJ
      Pathophysiology underlying diminished attention to novel events in patients with early AD

      NEUROLOGY
    9. Kilo, J; Czerny, M; Gorlitzer, M; Zimpfer, D; Baumer, H; Wolner, E; Grimm, M
      Cardiopulmonary bypass affects cognitive brain function after coronary artery bypass grafting

      ANNALS OF THORACIC SURGERY
    10. Sandman, CA; Patterson, JV
      The auditory event-related potential is a stable and reliable measure in elderly subjects over a 3 year period

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    11. Steger, J; Imhof, K; Steinhausen, HC; Brandeis, D
      Brain mapping of bilateral interactions in attention deficit hyperactivitydisorder and control boys

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Grimm, M; Czerny, M; Baumer, H; Kilo, J; Madl, C; Kramer, L; Rajek, A; Wolner, E
      Normothermic cardiopulmonary bypass is beneficial for cognitive brain function after coronary artery bypass grafting - a prospective randomized trial

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CARDIO-THORACIC SURGERY
    13. Kingshott, RN; Cosway, RJ; Deary, IJ; Douglas, NJ
      The effect of sleep fragmentation on cognitive processing using computerized topographic brain mapping

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    14. Khedr, EM; El Toony, LF; Tarkhan, MN; Abdella, G
      Peripheral and central nervous system alterations in hypothyroidism: Electrophysiological findings

      NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY
    15. Fowler, B; Hofer, K; Lipitkas, J
      The exhaustive additivity displayed by nitrous oxide has implications for cognitive-energetical theory

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Perchet, C; Garcia-Larrea, L
      Visuospatial attention and motor reaction in children: An electrophysiological study of the "Posner" paradigm

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    17. Strayer, DL; Johnston, WA
      Novel popout is an attention-based phenomenon: An ERP analysis

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    18. Doucet, C; Stelmack, RM
      An event-related potential analysis of extraversion and individual differences in cognitive processing speed and response execution

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    19. Wong, AHC; Buckle, CE; Van Tol, HHM
      Polymorphisms in dopamine receptors: what do they tell us?

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Squires, NK; Ollo, C
      Comparison of endogenous event-related potentials in attend and non-attendconditions: latency changes with normal aging

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Leuthold, H; Sommer, W
      ERP correlates of error processing in spatial S-R compatibility tasks

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Anokhin, AP; Todorov, AA; Madden, PAF; Grant, JD; Heath, AC
      Brain event-related potentials, dopamine D2 receptor gene polymorphism, and smoking

      GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY
    23. Yamazaki, T; Kuroiwa, Y; Kenmochi, A; Kamijo, K; Yamamoto, K
      Visual event-related potentials during oddball and delayed matching paradigms with motor response

      NEC RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
    24. Galicia, O; Brailowsky, S
      Attention: The gate to consciousness.

      SALUD MENTAL
    25. Hoffman, LD; Friedmann, A; Saltman, P; Polich, J
      Neuroelectric assessment of nutrient intake

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    26. WOLF OT; NAUMANN E; HELLHAMMER DH; KIRSCHBAUM C
      EFFECTS OF DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE REPLACEMENT IN ELDERLY MEN ON EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS, MEMORY, AND WELL-BEING

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    27. Goodin, DS; Aminoff, MJ
      Event-related potentials in the study of sensory discrimination and motor response in simple and choice reaction tasks

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    28. ZURRON M; DIAZ F
      CONDITIONS FOR CORRELATION BETWEEN IQ AND AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL LATENCIES

      Personality and individual differences
    29. BANGE F; BATHIEN N
      VISUAL COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION IN DEPRESSION - AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    30. SOETENS E
      LOCALIZING SEQUENTIAL EFFECTS IN SERIAL CHOICE-REACTION TIME WITH THEINFORMATION REDUCTION PROCEDURE

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    31. PHILIPOVA D
      AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND REACTION-TIME DURING DECOMPRESSION FROM HYPERBARIC TRIMIX CONDITIONS

      Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
    32. LEUTHOLD H; SOMMER W
      POSTPERCEPTUAL EFFECTS AND P300 LATENCY

      Psychophysiology
    33. TLAUKA M; MCKENNA FP
      MENTAL-IMAGERY YIELDS STIMULUS-RESPONSE COMPATIBILITY

      Acta psychologica
    34. PINEDA JA; HERRERA C; KANG C; SANDLE A
      EFFECTS OF CIGARETTE-SMOKING AND 12-H ABSTENTION ON WORKING-MEMORY DURING A SERIAL PROBE RECOGNITION TASK

      Psychopharmacology
    35. HERZIG KE; CALLAWAY E; HALLIDAY R; NAYLOR H; BENOWITZ NL
      EFFECTS OF COTININE ON INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN NONSMOKERS

      Psychopharmacology
    36. BLUM K; BRAVERMAN ER; WU S; CULL JG; CHEN TJH; GILL J; WOOD R; EISENBERG A; SHERMAN M; DAVIS KR; MATTHEWS D; FISCHER L; SCHNAUTZ N; WALSH W; PONTIUS AA; ZEDAR M; KAATS G; COMINGS DE
      ASSOCIATION OF POLYMORPHISMS OF DOPAMINE D-2 RECEPTOR (DRD2), AND DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER (DAT(1)) GENES WITH SCHIZOID AVOIDANT BEHAVIORS (SAB)/

      Molecular psychiatry
    37. BASHORE TR; RIDDERINKHOF KR; VANDERMOLEN MW
      THE DECLINE OF COGNITIVE PROCESSING SPEED IN OLD-AGE

      Current directions in psychological science
    38. SQUIRESWHEELER E; FRIEDMAN D; AMMINGER GP; SKODOL A; LOOSEROTT S; ROBERTS S; PAPE S; ERLENMEYERKIMLING L
      NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE DIMENSIONS OF SCHIZOTYPAL PERSONALITY-DISORDER

      Journal of personality disorders
    39. AMINOFF MJ; GOODIN DS
      THE DECISION TO MAKE A MOVEMENT - NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL INSIGHTS

      Canadian journal of neurological sciences
    40. RIDDERINKHOF KR; VANDERMOLEN MW
      MENTAL RESOURCES, PROCESSING SPEED, AND INHIBITORY CONTROL - A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE

      Biological psychology
    41. BASHORE TR; VANDERMOLEN MW; RIDDERINKHOF KR; WYLIE SA
      IS THE AGE-COMPLEXITY EFFECT MEDIATED BY REDUCTIONS IN A GENERAL PROCESSING RESOURCE

      Biological psychology
    42. OZATA M; OZKARDES A; ODABASI Z; CORAKCI A; GUNDOGAN MA
      AUDITORY EVEN-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS IN HYPERTHYROIDISM

      Acta neurologica belgica
    43. RUDELL AP; HUA JA
      THE RECOGNITION POTENTIAL, WORD DIFFICULTY, AND INDIVIDUAL READING-ABILITY - ON USING EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS TO STUDY PERCEPTION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    44. TACHIBANA H; ARAGANE K; MIYATA Y; SUGITA M
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE SLOWING IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    45. IWAKI N; IMASHIOYA H
      A STUDY ON INFORMATION-PROCESSING OF COGN ITIVE CONFLICT USING EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    46. BERMAN SM; NOBLE EP
      THE D-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR (DRD2) GENE AND FAMILY STRESS - INTERACTIVEEFFECTS ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS IN CHILDREN

      Behavior genetics
    47. BACKS RW
      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SELECTIVE AND DIVIDED ATTENTION DURINGCONTINUOUS MANUAL TRACKING

      Acta psychologica
    48. MARTIN BA; SIGAL A; KURTZBERG D; STAPELLS DR
      THE EFFECTS OF DECREASED AUDIBILITY PRODUCED BY HIGH-PASS NOISE MASKING ON CORTICAL EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS TO SPEECH SOUNDS VERTICAL-BAR-BA-VERTICAL-BAR AND VERTICAL-BAR-DA-VERTICAL-BAR

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    49. GALDERISI S; MUCCI A; BUCCI P; MIGNONE ML; MAJ M
      INFLUENCE OF MOCLOBEMIDE ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS OF 9 DEPRESSED-PATIENTS - PILOT TRIAL WITH NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL INDEXES

      Neuropsychobiology
    50. VALLEINCLAN F
      THE LOCUS OF INTERFERENCE IN THE SIMON EFFECT - AN ERP STUDY

      Biological psychology
    51. TACHIBANA H; ARAGANE K; SUGITA M
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN VISUAL-DISCRIMINATION TASKS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    52. KANDA M; FUJIWARA N; XU XP; SHINDO K; NAGAMINE T; IKEDA A; SHIBASAKI H
      PAIN-RELATED AND COGNITIVE COMPONENTS OF SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS FOLLOWING CO2-LASER STIMULATION IN MAN

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    53. VALLEINCLAN F
      THE SIMON EFFECT AND ITS REVERSAL STUDIED WITH EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    54. KANEKO WM; EHLERS CL; PHILIPS EL; RILEY EP
      AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME AND DOWNS-SYNDROME CHILDREN

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    55. BLUM K; SHERIDAN PJ; WOOD RC; BRAVERMAN ER; CHEN TJH; CULL JG; COMINGS DE
      THE D-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR GENE AS A DETERMINANT OF REWARD DEFICIENCY SYNDROME

      Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
    56. NICHOLS JM; MARTIN F
      THE EFFECT OF HEAVY SOCIAL DRINKING ON RECALL AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Journal of studies on alcohol
    57. KOTCHOUBEY BI; JORDAN JS; GROZINGER B; WESTPHAL KP; KORNHUBER HH
      EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS IN A VARIED-SET MEMORY-SEARCH TASK - ARECONSIDERATION

      Psychophysiology
    58. HAYASHI R; HANYU N; KURASHIMA T; TOKUTAKE T; YANAGISAWA N
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS, EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS,AND MOTOR DISABILITY SCORES IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSONS-DISEASE - 2-YEAR FOLLOW-UP-STUDY

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    59. GOODIN DS; AMINOFF MJ; CHEQUER RS; ORTIZ TA
      RESPONSE COMPATIBILITY AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND THE TIMING OF A MOTOR RESPONSE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    60. GRIMM M; YEGANEHFAR W; LAUFER G; MADL C; KRAMER L; EISENHUBER E; SIMON P; KUPILIK N; SCHREINER W; PACHER R; BUNZEL B; WOLNER E; GRIMM G
      CYCLOSPORINE MAY AFFECT IMPROVEMENT OF COGNITIVE BRAIN-FUNCTION AFTERSUCCESSFUL CARDIAC TRANSPLANTATION

      Circulation
    61. STELMACK RM; ROURKE BP; VANDERVLUGT H
      INTELLIGENCE, LEARNING-DISABILITIES, AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Developmental neuropsychology
    62. KAZMERSKI VA; FRIEDMAN D; HEWITT S
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL REPETITION EFFECT IN ALZHEIMERS PATIENTS - MULTIPLE REPETITION PRIMING WITH PICTURES

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging and cognition
    63. GILMORE R
      EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN THE ELDERLY

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    64. HIRATA M; MATSUMOTO T; TOIBANA N; HASHIGUCHI T; HARADA N; YAMADA S
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN VIBRATION SYNDROME

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    65. RIDDERINKHOF KR; VANDERMOLEN MW
      WHEN GLOBAL INFORMATION AND LOCAL INFORMATION COLLIDE - A BRAIN POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OF THE LOCUS OF INTERFERENCE EFFECTS

      Biological psychology
    66. WEISS V
      MEMORY SPAN AS THE QUANTUM OF ACTION OF THOUGHT

      Cahiers de psychologie cognitive
    67. DELVALLEINCLAN F; RUMBO T; REDONDO M; LAMAS J
      SIMON EFFECT USING MOVEMENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS

      Psicothema
    68. INTRILIGATOR J; POLICH J
      ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EEG AND ERP VARIABILITY

      International journal of psychophysiology
    69. HILL SY; STEINHAUER S; LOCKE J
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN ALCOHOLIC MEN, THEIR HIGH-RISK MALE RELATIVES, AND LOW-RISK MALE CONTROLS

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    70. RUDELL AP; HUA J
      RECOGNITION POTENTIAL LATENCY AND WORD IMAGE DEGRADATION

      Brain and language
    71. NOVAK GP; SOLANTO M; ABIKOFF H
      SPATIAL ORIENTING AND FOCUSED ATTENTION IN ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER

      Psychophysiology
    72. SZELIES B; MIELKE R; GROND M; HEISS WD
      P300 IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - RELATIONSHIPS TO DEMENTIA SEVERITY AND GLUCOSE-METABOLISM

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    73. RIDDERINKHOF KR; VANDERMOLEN MW
      A PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF DEVELOPMENTAL DIFFERENCES IN THE ABILITY TO RESIST INTERFERENCE

      Child development
    74. IKEDA K; EGASHIRA T; YAMASHITA J; OKOYAMA S
      EFFECT OF VAGAL AUTOTRANSPLANTATION AND BIFEMELANE HYDROCHLORIDE ON CHOLINERGIC MARKERS AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN RATS WITH LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS

      Brain research
    75. SMULDERS FTY; KOK A; KENEMANS JL; BASHORE TR
      THE TEMPORAL SELECTIVITY OF ADDITIVE FACTOR EFFECTS ON THE REACTION PROCESS REVEALED IN ERP COMPONENT LATENCIES

      Acta psychologica
    76. OSMAN A; MOORE CM; ULRICH R
      BISECTING RT WITH LATERALIZED READINESS POTENTIALS - PRECUE EFFECTS AFTER LRP ONSET

      Acta psychologica
    77. PALMER B; NASMAN VT; WILSON GF
      TASK DECISION DIFFICULTY - EFFECTS ON ERPS IN A SAME-DIFFERENT LETTERCLASSIFICATION TASK

      Biological psychology
    78. PALMER B; NASMAN VT; WILSON GF
      TASK DECISION DIFFICULTY - EFFECTS ON ERPS IN A SAME-DIFFERENT LETTERCLASSIFICATION TASK

      Biological psychology
    79. BENTIN S; MCCARTHY G
      THE EFFECTS OF IMMEDIATE STIMULUS REPETITION ON REACTION-TIME AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN TASKS OF DIFFERENT COMPLEXITY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    80. TAKESHITA S; OGURA C
      EFFECT OF THE DOPAMINE D-2 ANTAGONIST SULPIRIDE ON EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND ITS RELATION TO THE LAW OF INITIAL-VALUE

      International journal of psychophysiology
    81. HOULIHAN M; CAMPBELL K; STELMACK RM
      REACTION-TIME AND MOVEMENT TIME AS MEASURES OF STIMULUS EVALUATION AND RESPONSE PROCESSES

      Intelligence
    82. LORIST MM; SNEL J; KOK A; MULDER G
      INFLUENCE OF CAFFEINE ON SELECTIVE ATTENTION IN WELL-RESTED AND FATIGUED SUBJECTS

      Psychophysiology
    83. HUMPHREY DG; KRAMER AF; STANNY RR
      INFLUENCE OF EXTENDED WAKEFULNESS ON AUTOMATIC AND NONAUTOMATIC PROCESSING

      Human factors
    84. KUTAS M; IRAGUI V; HILLYARD SA
      EFFECTS OF AGING ON EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS (ERPS) IN A VISUALDETECTION TASK

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    85. FALKENSTEIN M; HOHNSBEIN J; HOORMANN J
      EFFECTS OF CHOICE COMPLEXITY ON DIFFERENT SUBCOMPONENTS OF THE LATE POSITIVE COMPLEX OF THE EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    86. BASHORE TR
      SOME THOUGHTS ON NEUROCOGNITIVE SLOWING

      Acta psychologica
    87. FALKENSTEIN M; HOHNSBEIN J; HOORMANN J
      LATE VISUAL AND AUDITORY ERP COMPONENTS AND CHOICE-REACTION TIME

      Biological psychology
    88. SEGALOWITZ SJ; BARNES KL
      THE RELIABILITY OF ERP COMPONENTS IN THE AUDITORY ODDBALL PARADIGM

      Psychophysiology
    89. LEUTHOLD H; SOMMER W
      STIMULUS-PRESENTATION RATE DISSOCIATES SEQUENTIAL EFFECTS IN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND REACTION-TIMES

      Psychophysiology
    90. SOMMER W; LEUTHOLD H; HERMANUTZ M
      COVERT EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL REVEALED BY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Perception & psychophysics
    91. WU FY; SLATER JD; HONIG LS; RAMSAY RE
      A NEURAL-NETWORK DESIGN FOR EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

      Computers in biology and medicine


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