Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where soggetti phrase all words 'SCALP TOPOGRAPHY' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 105 riferimenti
Si mostrano 100 riferimenti a partire da 1
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Liepert, J; Haueisen, J; Hegemann, S; Weiller, C
      Disinhibition of somatosensory and motor cortex in mitochondriopathy without myoclonus

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Opsommer, E; Weiss, T; Miltner, WHR; Plaghki, L
      Scalp topography of ultralate (C-fibres) evoked potentials following thulium YAG laser stimuli to tiny skin surface areas in humans

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. MacDonald, DB
      Individually optimizing posterior tibial somatosensory evoked potential P37 scalp derivations for intraoperative monitoring

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Johnstone, SJ; Barry, RJ; Anderson, JW
      Topographic distribution and developmental timecourse of auditory event-related potentials in two subtypes of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Bentley, DE; Youell, PD; Crossman, AR; Jones, AKP
      Source localisation of 62-electrode human laser pain evoked potential datausing a realistic head model

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Jeon, YW; Polich, J
      P300 asymmetry in schizophrenia: a meta-analysis

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    7. Gora, J; Colrain, IM; Trinder, J
      The investigation of K-complex and vertex sharp wave activity in response to mid-inspiratory occlusions and complete obstructions to breathing duringNREM sleep

      SLEEP
    8. Talsma, D; Kok, A
      Nonspatial intermodal selective attention is mediated by sensory brain areas: Evidence from event-related potentials

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Ulas, UH; Ozdag, F; Eroglu, E; Odabasi, Z; Kutukcu, Y; Demirkaya, S; Gokcil, Z; Hamamcioglu, K; Vural, O
      Median nerve somatosensory evoked potentials recorded with cephalic and noncephalic references in central and peripheral nervous system lesions

      CLINICAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY
    10. Restuccia, D; Valeriani, M; Barba, C; Le Pera, D; Capecci, M; Filippini, V; Molinari, M
      Functional changes of the primary somatosensory cortex in patients with unilateral cerebellar lesions

      BRAIN
    11. Hada, M; Porjesz, B; Chorlian, DB; Begleiter, H; Polich, J
      Auditory P3a deficits in male subjects at high risk for alcoholism

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    12. Valeriani, M; Restuccia, D; Barba, C; Le Pera, D; Tonali, P; Mauguiere, F
      Sources of cortical responses to painful CO2 laser skin stimulation of thehand and foot in the human brain

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    13. Ferri, R; Del Gracco, S; Elia, M; Musumeci, SA
      Age-related changes of cortical excitability in subjects with sleep-enhanced centrotemporal spikes: a somatosensory evoked potential study

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    14. Spiegel, J; Hansen, C; Treede, RD
      Clinical evaluation criteria for the assessment of impaired pain sensitivity by thulium-laser evoked potentials

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Yamaguchi, S; Tsuchiya, H; Yamagata, S; Toyoda, G; Kobayashi, S
      Event-related brain potentials in response to novel sounds in dementia

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    16. Picton, TW; van Roon, P; Armilio, ML; Berg, P; Ille, N; Scherg, M
      The correction of ocular artifacts: a topographic perspective

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. Pratt, H; Karim, N; Bleich, N; Mittelman, N
      Short latency visual evoked potentials in occupational exposure to organicsolvents

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    18. Devos, D; Creac'h, C; Laureau, E; Bourriez, JL; Guieu, JD
      Thulium laser somatosensory evoked potentials. Normative values for upper and lower limbs.

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Yamagata, S; Yamaguchi, S; Kobayashi, S
      Event-related evoked potential study of repetition priming to attended andunattended words

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Yamada, T
      Neuroanatomic substrates of lower extremity somatosensory evoked potentials

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Hashimoto, I
      High-frequency oscillations of somatosensory evoked potentials and fields

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Fell, J; Roschke, J; Grozinger, M; Hinrichs, H; Heinze, HJ
      Alterations of continuous MEG measures during mental activities

      NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY
    23. Kakigi, R; Hoshiyama, M; Shimojo, M; Naka, D; Yamasaki, H; Watanabe, S; Xiang, J; Maeda, K; Lam, K; Itomi, K; Nakamura, A
      The somatosensory evoked magnetic fields

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    24. Valeriani, M; Le Pera, D; Niddam, D; Arendt-Nielsen, L; Chen, ACN
      Dipolar source modeling of somatosensory evoked potentials to painful and nonpainful median nerve stimulation

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    25. Shibasaki, H
      Electrophysiological studies of myoclonus

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    26. Picton, TW; Bentin, S; Berg, P; Donchin, E; Hillyard, SA; Johnson, R; Miller, GA; Ritter, W; Ruchkin, DS; Rugg, MD; Taylor, MJ
      Guidelines for using human event-related potentials to study cognition: Recording standards and publication criteria

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    27. Hammond, CS; Gaeta, H; Sapienza, C; Davenport, PW
      Respiratory-related evoked potential elicited by expiratory occlusion

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    28. Clarke, JM; Halgren, E; Chauvel, P
      Intracranial ERPs in humans during a lateralized visual oddball task: II. Temporal, parietal, and frontal recordings

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    29. Fallgatter, AJ; Mueller, TJ; Strik, WK
      Age-related changes in the brain electrical correlates of response control

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    30. Katayama, J; Polich, J
      Auditory and visual P300 topography from a 3 stimulus paradigm

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    31. Frot, M; Rambaud, L; Guenot, M; Mauguiere, F
      Intracortical recordings of early pain-related CO2-laser evoked potentialsin the human second somatosensory (SII) area

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    32. Frot, M; Mauguiere, F
      Operculo-insular responses to nociceptive skin stimulation in humans (a review).

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    33. Cote, KA; De Lugt, DR; Langley, SD; Campbell, KB
      Scalp topography of the auditory evoked K-complex in stage 2 and slow wavesleep

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    34. Tinazzi, M; Frasson, E; Polo, A; Tezzon, F; Bovi, P; Deotto, L; Mauguiere, F; Fiaschi, A; Ferrari, G
      Evidence for an abnormal cortical sensory processing in dystonia: Selective enhancement of lower limb P37-N50 somatosensory evoked potential

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    35. Fujita, Y; Yamada, T; Inoue, K; Sato, A; Katayama, M; Ofuji, A; Fujita, H; Yeh, M
      Origin of the "N10" stationary-field potential after median nerve stimulation

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    36. Hoffman, LD; Polich, J
      P300, handedness, and corpus callosal size: gender, modality, and task

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    37. Kanda, M; Shindo, K; Xu, XP; Fujiwara, N; Ikeda, A; Nagamine, T; Shibasaki, H
      Cortical mechanisms underlying point localization of pain spot as studied by event-related potentials following CO2 laser stimulation in man

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    38. NAKAMURA A; YAMADA T; GOTO A; KATO T; ITO K; ABE Y; KACHI T; KAKIGI R
      SOMATOSENSORY HOMUNCULUS AS DRAWN BY MEG

      NeuroImage
    39. WATANABE S; KAKIGI R; KOYAMA S; HOSHIYAMA M; KANEOKE Y
      PAIN PROCESSING TRACED BY MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHY IN THE HUMAN BRAIN

      Brain topography
    40. Tarkka, IM; Stokic, DS
      Source localization of P300 from oddball, single stimulus, and omitted-stimulus paradigms

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    41. FABIANI M; GRATTON G; CORBALLIS PM; CHENG J; FRIEDMAN D
      BOOTSTRAP ASSESSMENT OF THE RELIABILITY OF MAXIMA IN SURFACE MAPS OF BRAIN ACTIVITY OF INDIVIDUAL SUBJECTS DERIVED WITH ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND OPTICAL METHODS

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    42. Porjesz, B; Begleiter, H
      Genetic basis of event-related potentials and their relationship to alcoholism and alcohol use

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    43. Lorenz, J
      Hyperalgesia or hypervigilance? An evoked potential approach to the study of fibromyalgia syndrome

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR RHEUMATOLOGIE
    44. ANDERER P; PASCUALMARQUI RD; SEMLITSCH HV; SALETU B
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF NORMAL AGING ON SOURCES OF STANDARD N1, TARGET N1 AND TARGET P300 AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS REVEALED BY LOW-RESOLUTION ELECTROMAGNETIC TOMOGRAPHY (LORETA)

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    45. Baumgartner, U; Vogel, H; Ellrich, J; Gawehn, J; Stoeter, P; Treede, RD
      Brain electrical source analysis of primary cortical components of the tibial nerve somatosensory evoked potential using regional sources

      EVOKED POTENTIALS-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    46. ROSENFELD JP; REINHART AM; BHATT M; ELLWANGER J; GORA K; SEKERA M; SWEET J
      P300 CORRELATES OF SIMULATED MALINGERED AMNESIA IN A MATCHING-TO-SAMPLE TASK - TOPOGRAPHIC ANALYSES OF DECEPTION VERSUS TRUTHTELLING RESPONSES

      International journal of psychophysiology
    47. POLICH J; HOFFMAN LD
      P300 AND HANDEDNESS - ON THE POSSIBLE CONTRIBUTION OF CORPUS CALLOSALSIZE TO ERPS

      Psychophysiology
    48. TASSINARI C; RUBBOLI G; SHIBASAKI H
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE MYOCLONUS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    49. MANGANOTTI P; ZANETTE G; BELTRAMELLO A; PUPPINI G; MINIUSSI C; MARAVITA A; SANTORUM E; MARZI CA; FIASCHI A; BERNARDINA BD
      SPIKE TOPOGRAPHY AND FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING (FMRI) IN BENIGN ROLANDIC EPILEPSY WITH SPIKES EVOKED BY TAPPING STIMULATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    50. POTTS GF; HIRAYASU Y; ODONNELL BF; SHENTON ME; MCCARLEY RW
      HIGH-DENSITY RECORDING AND TOPOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE AUDITORY ODDBALL EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Biological psychiatry
    51. ROSSINI PM; BABILONI F; BABILONI C; AMBROSINI A; ONORATI P; URBANO A
      TOPOGRAPHY OF SPATIALLY ENHANCED HUMAN SHORT-LATENCY SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      NeuroReport
    52. XIANG J; HOSHIYAMA M; KOYAMA S; KANEOKE Y; SUZUKI H; WATANABE S; NAKA D; KAKIGI R
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED MAGNETIC-FIELDS FOLLOWING PASSIVE FINGER MOVEMENT

      Cognitive brain research
    53. XIANG J; HOSHIYAMA M; KOYAMA S; KANEOKE Y; SUZUKI H; WATANABE S; NAKA D; KAKIGI R
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED MAGNETIC-FIELDS FOLLOWING PASSIVE FINGER MOVEMENT

      Cognitive brain research
    54. KAKIGI R; SHIMOJO M; HOSHIYAMA M; KOYAMA S; WATANABE S; NAKA D; SUZUKI H; NAKAMURA A
      EFFECTS OF MOVEMENT AND MOVEMENT IMAGERY ON SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED MAGNETIC-FIELDS FOLLOWING POSTERIOR TIBIAL NERVE-STIMULATION

      Cognitive brain research
    55. DEFRANCE JF; SANDS S; SCHWEITZER FC; GINSBERG L; SHARMA JC
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN COGNITIVE ERPS OF ATTENUATION

      Brain topography
    56. ODONNELL BF; SWEARER JM; SMITH LT; HOKAMA H; MCCARLEY RW
      A TOPOGRAPHIC STUDY OF ERPS ELICITED BY VISUAL FEATURE DISCRIMINATION

      Brain topography
    57. TINAZZI M; ZANETTE G; MANGANOTTI P; BONATO C; POLO A; FIASCHI A; MAUGUIERE F
      AMPLITUDE CHANGES OF TIBIAL NERVE CORTICAL SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS WHEN THE IPSILATERAL OR CONTRALATERAL EAR IS USED AS REFERENCE

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    58. BESSON M; FAITA F; CZTERNASTY C; KUTAS M
      WHATS IN A PAUSE - EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OF TEMPORAL DISRUPTIONS IN WRITTEN AND SPOKEN SENTENCES

      Biological psychology
    59. FRIEDMAN D; KAZMERSKI V; FABIANI M
      AN OVER-VIEW OF AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN THE SCALP DISTRIBUTION OF P3B

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    60. XIANG J; KAKIGI R; HOSHIYAMA M; KANEOKE Y; NAKA D; TAKESHIMA Y; KOYAMA S
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED MAGNETIC-FIELDS AND POTENTIALS FOLLOWING PASSIVETOE MOVEMENT IN HUMANS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    61. KANY C; TREEDE RD
      MEDIAN AND TIBIAL NERVE SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS - MIDDLE-LATENCY COMPONENTS FROM THE VICINITY OF THE SECONDARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEXIN HUMANS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    62. MAUGUIERE F; MERLET I; FORSS N; VANNI S; JOUSMAKI V; ADELEINE P; HARI R
      ACTIVATION OF A DISTRIBUTED SOMATOSENSORY CORTICAL NETWORK IN THE HUMAN BRAIN - A DIPOLE MODELING STUDY OF MAGNETIC-FIELDS EVOKED BY MEDIANNERVE-STIMULATION .2. EFFECTS OF STIMULUS RATE, ATTENTION AND STIMULUS DETECTION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    63. RAIJ T; MCEVOY L; MAKELA JP; HARI R
      HUMAN AUDITORY-CORTEX IS ACTIVATED BY OMISSIONS OF AUDITORY-STIMULI

      Brain research
    64. FERRI R; DELGRACCO S; ELIA M; MUSUMECI SA; STEFANINI MC
      AGE-DEPENDENT AND HEIGHT-DEPENDENT CHANGES OF AMPLITUDE AND LATENCY OF SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG-ADULTS WITH DOWNS-SYNDROME

      Neurophysiologie clinique
    65. ADAMS HP; KUNZ S
      INTERINDIVIDUAL AND INTRAINDIVIDUAL VARIABILITY OF POSTERIOR TIBIAL NERVE SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN COMATOSE PATIENTS

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    66. TINAZZI M; ZANETTE G; FIASCHI A; MAUGUIERE F
      EFFECT OF STIMULUS RATE ON THE CORTICAL POSTERIOR TIBIAL NERVE SEPS -A TOPOGRAPHIC STUDY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    67. 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
    68. KEKONI J; HAMALAINEN H; MCCLOUD V; REINIKAINEN K; NAATANEN R
      IS THE SOMATOSENSORY N250 RELATED TO DEVIANCE DISCRIMINATION OR CONSCIOUS TARGET DETECTION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    69. KAWAMURA T; NAKASATO N; SEKI K; KANNO A; FUJITA S; FUJIWARA S; YOSHIMOTO T
      NEUROMAGNETIC EVIDENCE OF PRE-CENTRAL AND POST-CENTRAL CORTICAL SOURCES OF SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED RESPONSES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    70. JOHNSTONE SJ; BARRY RJ; ANDERSON JW; COYLE SF
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL COMPONENT MORPHOLOGY, AMPLITUDE AND LATENCY TO STANDARD AND TARGET STIMULI IN AN AUDITORY ODDBALL TASK

      International journal of psychophysiology
    71. OADES RD; ZERBIN D; DITTMANNBALCAR A; EGGERS C
      AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL (ERP) AND DIFFERENCE-WAVE TOPOGRAPHYIN SCHIZOPHRENIC-PATIENTS WITH WITHOUT ACTIVE HALLUCINATIONS AND DELUSIONS - A COMPARISON WITH YOUNG OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER (OCD) AND HEALTHY-SUBJECTS/

      International journal of psychophysiology
    72. NAITO E; MATSUMURA M
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH MOTOR INHIBITION UNDER DIFFERENT PREPARATORY STATES DURING PERFORMANCE OF 2 VISUAL STOP SIGNAL PARADIGMS IN HUMANS

      Neuropsychologia
    73. SHIMOJO M; KAKIGI R; HOSHIYAMA M; KOYAMA S; KITAMURA Y; WATANABE S
      DIFFERENTIATION OF RECEPTIVE-FIELDS IN THE SENSORY CORTEX FOLLOWING STIMULATION OF VARIOUS NERVES OF THE LOWER-LIMB IN HUMANS - A MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDY

      Journal of neurosurgery
    74. MIMA T; TERADA K; MAEKAWA M; NAGAMINE T; IKEDA A; SHIBASAKI H
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS FOLLOWING PROPRIOCEPTIVE STIMULATION OF FINGER IN MAN

      Experimental Brain Research
    75. TREEDE RD; KUNDE V
      MIDDLE-LATENCY SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS AFTER STIMULATION OF THE RADIAL AND MEDIAN NERVES - COMPONENT STRUCTURE AND SCALP TOPOGRAPHY

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    76. PRATT H; BLEICH N; MARTIN WH
      SHORT-LATENCY VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS TO FLASHES FROM LIGHT-EMITTING-DIODES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    77. PETERSON NN; SCHROEDER CE; AREZZO JC
      NEURAL GENERATORS OF EARLY CORTICAL SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN THE AWAKE MONKEY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    78. GARCIALARREA L; LUKASZEWICZ AC; MAUGUIERE F
      SOMATOSENSORY RESPONSES DURING SELECTIVE SPATIAL ATTENTION - THE N120-TO-N140 TRANSITION

      Psychophysiology
    79. ALEXANDER JE; PORJESZ B; BAUER LO; KUPERMAN S; MORZORATI S; OCONNOR SJ; ROHRBAUGH J; BEGLEITER H; POLICH J
      P300 HEMISPHERIC AMPLITUDE ASYMMETRIES FROM A VISUAL ODDBALL TASK

      Psychophysiology
    80. MERRILL LL; MCGUIGAN FJ; KOBUS DA
      AN AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL EVALUATION OF SONAR TASK EXPERIENCE AND AGE

      Perceptual and motor skills
    81. KAKIGI R; KOYAMA S; HOSHIYAMA M; SHIMOJO M; KITAMURA Y; WATANABE S
      TOPOGRAPHY OF SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED MAGNETIC-FIELDS FOLLOWING POSTERIOR TIBIAL NERVE-STIMULATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    82. HAMON JF; CAMARA PA
      MONOTONOUS SENSORIMOTOR INFORMATION-PROCE SSING AND MATCH MISMATCH PROCESSES IMPAIRED IN MAN UNDER CHRONIC PALM ALCOHOL-CONSUMPTION/

      Neurophysiologie clinique
    83. NAITO E; MATSUMURA M
      MOVEMENT-RELATED SLOW POTENTIALS DURING MOTOR IMAGERY AND MOTOR SUPPRESSION IN HUMANS

      Cognitive brain research
    84. NAITO E; MATSUMURA M
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH MOTOR INHIBITION AS DETERMINED BY USE OF A STOP SIGNAL PARADIGM IN HUMANS

      Cognitive brain research
    85. FRIEDMAN D; SIMPSON GV
      ERP AMPLITUDE AND SCALP DISTRIBUTION TO TARGET AND NOVEL EVENTS - EFFECTS OF TEMPORAL-ORDER IN YOUNG, MIDDLE-AGED AND OLDER ADULTS

      Cognitive brain research
    86. MIYAZAKI M; SHIBASAKI H; KANDA M; XU XP; SHINDO K; HONDA M; IKEDA A; NAGAMINE T; KAJI R; KIMURA J
      GENERATOR MECHANISM OF PAIN-RELATED EVOKED-POTENTIALS FOLLOWING CO2-LASER STIMULATION OF THE HAND - SCALP TOPOGRAPHY AND EFFECT OF PREDICTIVE WARNING SIGNAL

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    87. SCHURMANN M; BASAR E
      TOPOGRAPHY OF ALPHA-OSCILLATORY AND THETA-OSCILLATORY RESPONSES UPON AUDITORY AND VISUAL-STIMULI IN HUMANS

      Biological cybernetics
    88. SALISBURY DF; ODONNELL BF; MCCARLEY RW; SHENTON ME; BENAVAGE A
      THE N2 EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL REFLECTS ATTENTION-DEFICIT IN SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Biological psychology
    89. KAKIGI R
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED MAGNETIC-FIELDS FOLLOWING MEDIAN NERVE-STIMULATION

      Neuroscience research
    90. ODONNELL BF; HOKAMA H; MCCARLEY RW; SMITH RS; SALISBURY DF; MONDROW E; NESTOR PG; SHENTON ME
      AUDITORY ERPS TO NONTARGET STIMULI IN SCHIZOPHRENIA - RELATIONSHIP TOPROBABILITY, TASK-DEMANDS, AND TARGET ERPS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    91. MOLNAR M
      ON THE ORIGIN OF THE P3 EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL COMPONENT

      International journal of psychophysiology
    92. CHERON G; PIETTE T; THIRIAUX A; JACQUY J; GODAUX E
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS AT REST AND DURING MOVEMENT IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE - EVIDENCE FOR A SPECIFIC APOMORPHINE EFFECT ON THE FRONTAL N30 WAVE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    93. DOWMAN R; DARCEY TM
      SEP TOPOGRAPHIES ELICITED BY INNOCUOUS AND NOXIOUS SURAL NERVE-STIMULATION .3. DIPOLE SOURCE LOCALIZATION ANALYSIS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    94. PRATT H; MARTIN WH; BLEICH N; ZAAROOR M; SCHACHAM SE
      A HIGH-INTENSITY, GOGGLE-MOUNTED FLASH STIMULATOR FOR SHORT-LATENCY VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    95. DOWMAN R
      SEP TOPOGRAPHIES ELICITED BY INNOCUOUS AND NOXIOUS SURAL NERVE-STIMULATION .1. IDENTIFICATION OF STABLE PERIODS AND INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    96. FUJIU M; TOLEIKIS JR; LOGEMANN JA; LARSON CR
      GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN NORMAL SUBJECTS FOLLOWING MECHANICAL STIMULATION OF THE ANTERIOR FAUCIAL PILLAR

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    97. 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
    98. SHIBASAKI H; IKEDA A; NAGAMINE T; MIMA T; TERADA K; NISHITANI N; KANDA M; TAKANO S; HANAZONO T; KOHARA N; KAJI R; KIMURA J
      CORTICAL REFLEX NEGATIVE MYOCLONUS

      Brain
    99. HAMON JF; CAMARA PA
      EFFECTS OF AN ACUTE DOSE OF PALM ALCOHOL ON NORMAL BRAIN FUNCTIONING - AN AUDITORY, EVENT-RELATED-POTENTIAL STUDY

      Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology
    100. KUGLER CFA; TAGHAVY A; PLATT D
      THE EVENT-RELATED P300 POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE HUMAN BRAIN AGING - A REVIEW

      Gerontology


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 28/02/20 alle ore 20:05:26