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    1. Schall, JD
      Neural basis of deciding, choosing and acting

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Kamada, K; Takeuchi, F; Harada, T; Qiao, B; Houkin, K; Kuriki, S; Iwasaki, Y; Mitsumori, K
      Enhanced late components of AEFs associated with the temporal lobe lesions

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Hozumi, A; Hirata, K; Tanaka, H; Yamazaki, K
      Perseveration for novel stimuli in Parkinson's disease: An evaluation based on event-related potentials topography

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    4. Kolodziejak, A; Dziduszko, J; Niechaj, A; Tarnecki, R
      Influence of acute cerebellar lesions on somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) in cats

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Van 't Ent, D; Apkarian, P
      Motoric response inhibition in finger movement and saccadic eye movement: a comparative study

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Takagi, M; Watanabe, S
      Two different components of contingent negative variation (CNV) and their relation to changes in reaction time under hypobaric hypoxic conditions

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    7. STANZIONE P; SEMPRINI R; PIERANTOZZI M; SANTILLI AM; FADDA L; TRAVERSA R; PEPPE A; BERNARDI G
      AGE AND STAGE DEPENDENCY OF P300 LATENCY ALTERATIONS IN NONDEMENTED PARKINSONS-DISEASE PATIENTS WITHOUT THERAPY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    8. VERLEGER R
      TOWARD AN INTEGRATION OF P3 RESEARCH WITH COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    9. KATAYAMA J; POLICH J
      STIMULUS CONTEXT DETERMINES P3A AND P3B

      Psychophysiology
    10. FALKENSTEIN M; HOORMANN J; HOHNSBEIN J
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL COMPONENTS RELATE D TO ERRORS

      Zeitschrift fur experimentelle Psychologie
    11. FUKUDA M; NIWA SI; HIRAMATSU KI; HATA A; SAITOH O; HAYASHIDA S; NAKAGOME K; IWANAMI A; SASAKI T; HONDA H; ITOH K
      BEHAVIORAL AND P3 AMPLITUDE ENHANCEMENT IN SCHIZOPHRENIA FOLLOWING FEEDBACK TRAINING

      Schizophrenia research
    12. FINSTERER J; MAMOLI B
      SATELLITE POTENTIALS AS A MEASURE OF NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS

      Muscle & nerve
    13. VERLEGER R
      ON THE UTILITY OF P3 LATENCY AS AN INDEX OF MENTAL CHRONOMETRY

      Psychophysiology
    14. MUIR JL
      ATTENTION AND STIMULUS-PROCESSING IN THE RAT

      Cognitive brain research
    15. STECKLER T; MUIR JL
      MEASUREMENT OF COGNITIVE FUNCTION - RELATING RODENT PERFORMANCE WITH HUMAN MINDS

      Cognitive brain research
    16. 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
    17. TOMBERG C
      NEW APPLICATION OF THE Z-ESTIMATOR TO IDENTIFY THE COGNITIVE P300 IN NON-AVERAGED HUMAN BRAIN POTENTIALS

      Neuroscience letters
    18. SATOMI K; HORAI T; KINOSHITA Y; WAKAZONO A
      HEMISPHERIC-ASYMMETRY OF EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN A PATIENT WITH CALLOSAL DISCONNECTION SYNDROME - A COMPARISON OF AUDITORY, VISUAL AND SOMATOSENSORY MODALITIES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    19. MINTZ M; HERMESH H; GLICKSOHN J; MUNITZ H; RADWAN M
      FIRST MONTH OF NEUROLEPTIC TREATMENT IN SCHIZOPHRENIA - ONLY PARTIAL NORMALIZATION OF THE LATE POSITIVE COMPONENTS OF VISUAL ERP

      Biological psychiatry
    20. TOMBERG C; DESMEDT JE
      A METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING SHORT-LATENCY HUMAN COGNITIVE POTENTIALS IN SINGLE TRIALS BY SCALP MAPPING

      Neuroscience letters
    21. MCGAUGHY J; TURCHI J; SARTER M
      CROSSMODAL DIVIDED ATTENTION IN RATS - EFFECTS OF CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE AND SCOPOLAMINE

      Psychopharmacology


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