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    1. Kaipio, ML; Novitski, N; Tervaniemi, M; Alho, K; Ohman, J; Salonen, O; Naatanen, R
      Fast vigilance decrement in closed head injury patients as reflected by the mismatch negativity (MMN)

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Sato, W; Kochiyama, T; Yoshikawa, S; Matsumura, M
      Emotional expression boosts early visual processing of the face: ERP recording and its decomposition by independent component analysis

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Suzuki, K; Okuda, J; Otsuka, Y; Sugawara, A; Hatanaka, K; Nakasato, N; Kanno, A; Yoshimoto, T; Fujii, T; Yamadori, A
      Judging semantic and episodic incongruity: a magnetoencephalographic study

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Purhonen, M; Kilpelainen-Lees, R; Paakkonen, A; Ypparila, H; Lehtonen, J; Karhu, J
      Effects of maternity on auditory event-related potentials to human sound

      NEUROREPORT
    5. Trainor, LJ; Samuel, SS; Desjardins, RN; Sonnadara, RR
      Measuring temporal resolution in infants using mismatch negativity

      NEUROREPORT
    6. Savolainen, S; Karhu, J; Paakkonen, A; Paljarvi, L; Partanen, J; Alafuzoff, I; Vapalahti, M
      Auditory event-related potentials differentiate patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus and patients with concomitant Alzheimer's disease verified by brain biopsy

      NEUROREPORT
    7. Demiralp, T; Ademoglu, A; Comerchero, M; Polich, J
      Wavelet analysis of P3a and P3b

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    8. Han, SH; He, X; Yund, EW; Woods, DL
      Attentional selection in the processing of hierarchical patterns: an ERP study

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Ruusuvirta, T
      ERP and EOG responses elicited by deviant tones when presented with and without standard tones to reading subjects

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Deguchi, K; Takeuchi, H; Sasaki, I; Tsukaguchi, M; Touge, T; Nishioka, M
      Impaired novelty P3 potentials in multiple system atrophy - correlation with orthostatic hypotension

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    11. Naatanen, R; Escera, C
      Mismatch negativity: Clinical and other applications

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    12. Pekkonen, E
      Mismatch negativity in aging and in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    13. Deouell, LY; Hamalainen, H; Bentin, S
      Unilateral neglect after right-hemisphere damage: Contributions from event-related potentials

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    14. Sinkkonen, J; Tervaniemi, M
      Towards optimal recording and analysis of the mismatch negativity

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    15. Kaipio, ML; Cheour, M; Ceponiene, R; Ohman, J; Alku, P; Naatanen, R
      Increased distractibility in closed head injury as revealed by event-related potentials

      NEUROREPORT
    16. Astikainen, P; Ruusuvirta, T; Korhonen, T
      Cortical and subcortical visual event-related potentials to oddball stimuli in rabbits

      NEUROREPORT
    17. Shtyrov, Y; Kujala, T; Lyytinen, H; Ilmoniemi, RJ; Naatanen, R
      Auditory cortex evoked magnetic fields and lateralization of speech processing

      NEUROREPORT
    18. Mouchetant-Rostaing, Y; Giard, MH; Delpuech, C; Echallier, JF; Pernier, J
      Early signs of visual categorization for biological and non-biological stimuli in humans

      NEUROREPORT
    19. Cauquil, AS; Edmonds, GE; Taylor, MJ
      Is the face-sensitive N170 the only ERP not affected by selective attention?

      NEUROREPORT
    20. Taylor, MJ; Khan, SC
      Top-down modulation of early selective attention processes in children

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Pan, JB; Takeshita, T; Morimoto, K
      P300 habituation from auditory single-stimulus and oddball paradigms

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Dikman, ZV; Allen, JJB
      Error monitoring during reward and avoidance learning in high- and low-socialized individuals

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    23. Comerchero, MD; Polich, J
      P3a and P3b from typical auditory and visual stimuli

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Luo, YJ; Wei, JH
      Event-related potentials study on cross-modal discrimination of Chinese characters

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    25. Eimer, M; McCarthy, RA
      Prosopagnosia and structural encoding of faces: Evidence from event-related potentials

      NEUROREPORT
    26. Kilpelainen, R; Partanen, J; Karhu, J
      Reduced mismatch negativity (MMN) suggests deficits in preattentive auditory processing in distractible children

      NEUROREPORT
    27. Desjardins, RN; Trainor, LJ; Hevenor, SJ; Polak, CP
      Using mismatch negativity to measure auditory temporal resolution thresholds

      NEUROREPORT
    28. Kaipio, ML; Alho, K; Winkler, I; Escera, C; Surma-aho, O; Naatanen, R
      Event-related brain potentials reveal covert distractibility in closed head injuries

      NEUROREPORT
    29. Shtyrov, Y; Kujala, T; Ilmoniemi, RJ; Naatanen, R
      Noise affects speech-signal processing differently in the cerebral hemispheres

      NEUROREPORT
    30. Tachibana, H; Miyata, Y; Takeda, M; Minamoto, H; Sugita, M; Okita, T
      Memory in patients with subcortical infarction - an auditory event-relatedpotential study

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. Liasis, A; Towell, A; Boyd, S
      Intracranial auditory detection and discrimination potentials as substrates of echoic memory in children

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    32. 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
    33. Ravden, D; Polich, J
      On P300 measurement stability: habituation, intra-trial block variation, and ultradian rhythms

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    34. Crasson, M; Legros, JJ; Scarpa, P; Legros, W
      50 hz magnetic field exposure influence on human performance and psychophysiological parameters: Two double-blind experimental studies

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    35. Tachibana, H; Kawabata, K; Tomino, Y; Sugita, M
      Prolonged P3 latency and decreased brain perfusion in cerebellar degeneration

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    36. Muller, HM; King, JW; Kutas, M
      Electrophysiological analysis of spoken sentence processing as a function of working memory requirements

      KLINISCHE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE
    37. EIMER M
      DOES THE FACE-SPECIFIC N170 COMPONENT REFLECT THE ACTIVITY OF A SPECIALIZED EYE PROCESSOR

      NeuroReport
    38. Schroger, E; Wolff, C
      Attentional orienting and reorienting is indicated by human event-related brain potentials

      NEUROREPORT
    39. Grunwald, T; Lehnertz, K; Helmstaedter, C; Kutas, M; Pezer, N; Kurthen, M; Van Roost, D; Elger, CE
      Limbic ERPs predict verbal memory after left-sided hippocampectomy

      NEUROREPORT
    40. COMERCHERO MD; POLICH J
      P3A, PERCEPTUAL DISTINCTIVENESS, AND STIMULUS MODALITY

      Cognitive brain research
    41. JI J; PORJESZ B; BEGLEITER H
      ERP COMPONENTS IN CATEGORY MATCHING TASKS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    42. CICCONETTI P; MONTEFORTE G; THAU F; LORIDO A; DURANTE M; PICCIRILLO G; CACCIAFESTA M; MARIGLIANO V
      COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT IN THE ELDERLY WITH NEW MILD SYSTOLIC HYPERTENSION

      Archives of gerontology and geriatrics
    43. LAGOPOULOS J; GORDON E; BARHAMALI H; LIM CL; LI WM; CLOUSTON P; MORRIS JGL
      DYSFUNCTIONS OF AUTOMATIC (P300A) AND CONTROLLED (P300B) PROCESSING IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Neurological research
    44. KATAYAMA J; POLICH J
      STIMULUS CONTEXT DETERMINES P3A AND P3B

      Psychophysiology
    45. ALHO K; ESCERA C; DIAZ R; YAGO E; SERRA JM
      EFFECTS OF INVOLUNTARY AUDITORY ATTENTION ON VISUAL TASK-PERFORMANCE AND BRAIN ACTIVITY

      NeuroReport
    46. LANG S; KOTCHOUBEY B; LUTZ A; BIRBAUMER N
      WHAT ARE YOU DOING, WHEN YOU ARE DOING NO THING - ERP COMPONENTS WITHOUT A COGNITIVE TASK

      Zeitschrift fur experimentelle Psychologie
    47. MULLER HM; KING JW; KUTAS M
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ELICITED BY SPOKEN RELATIVE CLAUSES

      Cognitive brain research
    48. CASS M; POLICH J
      P300 FROM A SINGLE-STIMULUS PARADIGM - AUDITORY INTENSITY AND TONE FREQUENCY-EFFECTS

      Biological psychology
    49. MERTENS R; POLICH J
      P300 FROM A SINGLE-STIMULUS PARADIGM - PASSIVE VERSUS ACTIVE TASKS AND STIMULUS MODALITY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    50. POLICH J
      EEG AND ERP ASSESSMENT OF NORMAL AGING

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    51. TACHIBANA H; ARAGANE K; MIYATA Y; SUGITA M
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE SLOWING IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    52. POLICH J; LARDON MT
      P300 AND LONG-TERM PHYSICAL EXERCISE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    53. SAITO M; ISHIDA T; ASAI M
      ALTERATIONS OF PEAK DISTRIBUTION OF AUDITORY ERPS DURING TRANSIENT GLOBAL AMNESIA - A CASE-REPORT

      Biological psychiatry
    54. KOZIOL JA; ALEXANDER JE; BAUER LO; KUPERMAN S; MORZORATI S; OCONNOR SJ; ROHRBAUGH J; PORJESZ B; BEGLEITER H; POLICH J
      A GRAPHICAL TECHNIQUE FOR DISPLAYING CORRELATION-MATRICES

      The American statistician
    55. MULLER HM; KUTAS M
      WHATS IN A NAME - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SPOKEN NOUNS, PROPER-NAMES NAME

      NeuroReport
    56. MARSHALL L; MOLLE M; BARTSCH P
      EVENT-RELATED GAMMA-BAND ACTIVITY DURING PASSIVE AND ACTIVE ODDBALL TASKS

      NeuroReport
    57. SCHROGER E; WOLFF C
      MISMATCH RESPONSE OF THE HUMAN BRAIN TO CHANGES IN SOUND LOCATION

      NeuroReport
    58. SORIA R; SREBRO R
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL SCALP FIELDS DURING PARALLEL AND SERIAL VISUAL SEARCHES

      Cognitive brain research
    59. ONOFRJ M; MELCHIONDA D; THOMAS A; FULGENTE T
      REAPPEARANCE OF EVENT-RELATED P3 POTENTIAL IN LOCKED-IN SYNDROME

      Cognitive brain research
    60. JUOTTONEN K; REVONSUO A; LANG HK
      DISSIMILAR AGE INFLUENCES ON 2 ERP WAVE-FORMS (LPC AND N400) REFLECTING SEMANTIC CONTEXT EFFECT

      Cognitive brain research
    61. SCHROGER E; TERVANIEMI M; WOLFF C; NAATANEN RN
      PREATTENTIVE PERIODICITY DETECTION IN AUDITORY PATTERNS AS GOVERNED BY TIME AND INTENSITY INFORMATION

      Cognitive brain research
    62. GUTERMAN Y; JOSIASSEN RC; BASHORE TE; JOHNSON M; LUBOW RE
      LATENT INHIBITION EFFECTS REFLECTED IN EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALSIN HEALTHY CONTROLS AND SCHIZOPHRENICS

      Schizophrenia research
    63. KATAYAMA J; POLICH J
      P300, PROBABILITY, AND THE 3-TONE PARADIGM

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    64. KATAYAMA J; POLICH J
      P300 FROM ONE-STIMULUS, 2-STIMULUS, AND 3-STIMULUS AUDITORY PARADIGMS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    65. DEGUCHI K; TAKEUCHI H; TOUGE T; KAMODA M; TSUKAGUCHI M; SASAKI I; NISHIOKA M
      SIGNIFICANCE OF COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN THE ELICITATION OF SYMPATHETIC SKIN-RESPONSE IN HEALTHY HUMANS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    66. WINKLER I; KARMOS G; NAATANEN R
      ADAPTIVE MODELING OF THE UNATTENDED ACOUSTIC ENVIRONMENT REFLECTED INTHE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL

      Brain research
    67. BASAR E; DEMIRALP T
      FAST RHYTHMS IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS ARE A PART OF THE DIFFUSE GAMMA-RESPONSE SYSTEM

      Hippocampus
    68. OADES RD; DITTMANNBALCAR A
      MISMATCH NEGATIVITY (MMN) IS ALTERED BY DIRECTING ATTENTION

      NeuroReport
    69. ALEXANDER JE; POLICH J
      P300 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SINISTRALS AND DEXTRALS

      Cognitive brain research
    70. KROPOTOV JD; NAATANEN R; SEVOSTIANOV AV; ALHO K; REINIKAINEN K; KROPOTOVA OV
      MISMATCH NEGATIVITY TO AUDITORY STIMULUS CHANGE RECORDED DIRECTLY FROM THE HUMAN TEMPORAL CORTEX

      Psychophysiology
    71. ALHO K; TEDER W; LAVIKAINEN J; NAATANEN R
      STRONGLY FOCUSED ATTENTION AND AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Biological psychology
    72. GEISLER MW; POLICH J
      P300 IS UNAFFECTED BY GLUCOSE INCREASE

      Biological psychology
    73. LUCK SJ; HILLYARD SA
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF FEATURE ANALYSIS DURING VISUAL-SEARCH

      Psychophysiology
    74. WU FY; SLATER JD; RAMSAY RE
      NEURAL-NETWORK APPROACH IN MULTICHANNEL AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL ANALYSIS

      International journal of bio-medical computing
    75. EISCHEN SE; POLICH J
      P300 FROM FAMILIES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    76. POLICH J; EISCHEN SE; COLLINS GE
      P300 FROM A SINGLE AUDITORY STIMULUS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    77. IKEDA T; FUKUSHIMA T; SONODA K; KANI S; ANDO M; OKABE H; ARAKI S; KINJO Y
      AUDITORY AND COLORED VISUAL P300 IN PATIENTS WITH SEQUELAE OF SUBACUTE MYELO-OPTICO-NEUROPATHY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    78. IKEDA T; FUKUSHIMA T; SONODA K; KANI S; ANDO M; OKABE H; ARAKI S; KINJO Y
      AUDITORY AND COLORED VISUAL P300 IN PATIENTS WITH SEQUELAE OF SUBACUTE MYELO-OPTICO-NEUROPATHY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    79. PRECHTL JC; BULLOCK TH
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS TO OMITTED VISUAL-STIMULI IN A REPTILE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    80. 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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