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- Subject: AEPs
- From: Virginie Van Wassenhove <vvw@GLUE.UMD.EDU>
- Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 15:12:35 -0600
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my name is Virginie Van Wassenhove, I am a graduate student in Neuroscience and
Cognitive Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park. The lab I work
in, the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language Lab (CNL), focuses primarily on
functional neuroimaging using EEG and MEG as main tools.
I am currently running some auditory experiments and am trying to determine
precisely correlates of the N100 response to various auditory stimuli.
Although I have now accumulated several papers, it appears quite difficult to
find precise documentation/research on the AEP N100. Does anyone have solid
references on that matter?
Also, and more generally, what kind of parameters would justify averaging
accross subjects (/stimuli)?
I appreciate everybody's help,
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fn:Virginie Van Wassenhove