cortical potential


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(neurophysiology) rapid fluctuations of voltage between parts of the cerebral cortex that are detectable with an electroencephalograph

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Slow cortical potentials: plasticity, operant control and behavior effects.
The protocols of NF used in the studies were Training Theta / Beta and training called Slow Cortical Potential Training (SCP), being used in 73% of the studies analyzed.
Mean amplitudes of the slow cortical potentials were analyzed by two different methods using analysis of variance (ANOVA).
The main NF protocols for patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are the training of frequency bands and the training of slow cortical potentials (SCPs).
Keeping in mind the effect of VOT (a parameter in which the consonant and vowel parts of a syllable interact with each other) on syllable-evoked cortical potentials, one possible way to investigate how each of the consonant and vowel parts combine to form the syllable-evoked response is to record responses evoked by each constituent part in addition to the whole syllable response.
Farina, "Detection of movement intention from single-trial movement-related cortical potentials," Journal of Neural Engineering, vol.
Gotze, "Auditory brainstem and cortical potentials following bone-anchored hearing aid stimulation," Journal of Neuroscience Methods, vol.
demonstrate continuing evidence that the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) produced by the hearing aid and entering the brain influences aided cortical potentials (P1-N1P2) in a way that obscures the biological representation of hearing aid gain.
She discusses the basic science, including the anatomy of hearing loss, principles of electrical stimulation of the auditory system, parts and functions of a cochlear implant, past and present devices, candidacy, and signal delivery with cochlear implants; nonphysiological objective measures, including electrode impedance, electrical field potentials, and averaged electrode voltages; and physiological measures: electrically evoked stapedial reflexes, compound action potentials, auditory brainstem response, auditory middle latency response, and auditory cortical potentials.
Differences in the ability to process a visuo-spatial task are reflected in event-related slow cortical potentials of human subjects, Neuroscience Letters.
Farina, "Movement-related cortical potentials allow discrimination of rate of torque development in imaginary isometric plantar flexion," IEEE Trans.
Other topics that receive considerable attention include EEG mechanisms of attention and self-regulation, SMR-neurofeedback, tomographic (LORETA) 3D neurofeedback, and slow cortical potentials (SCP) neurofeedback.
Greater sensory demands from combined visual and proprioceptive modalities evoked increased movement-related cortical potentials (MRCPs) during performance of a knee extension task, compared with single modalities and unconstrained knee movements, which evoked the least activity (Figure 3).
Cortical potentials associated to visual stimuli and manual responses during gap and non-gap paradigms.