Cortical Evoked Potentials and Perception of Paired Flashes
Cortical, Paired visual stimuli, Flashes
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Digital computer techniques have been employed to extract cortical evoked potentials to paired visual stimuli. Changes in the evoked potentials have been related to perceptual phenomena varying as a function of the interval between flashes. Evoked potentials to paired stimuli, which gave rise to perceptual interactions, could be approximated by algebraic summation of the responses to the stimuli when presented separately.
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Science, v. 141, issue 3587, p. 1285-1286
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Donchin, Emanuel; Wicke, J. D.; and Lindsley, Donald B., "Cortical Evoked Potentials and Perception of Paired Flashes" (1963). Psychology Faculty Publications. 170.