After a Rash Action: Latency and Amplitude of the P300 following Fast Guesses
Nicely illustrates in humans [the] combined electrophysiological-behavioral approach data support the suggestion that the magnitude of the P300 can serve as a measure of the degree of revision in the systems' biases
by studying P300 latency and amplitude, it becomes possible to show how the human information processing system deals with error trials.
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After a Rash Action: Latency and Amplitude of the P300 following Fast Guesses, in G. C. Galbraith, M. L. Kietzman & E. Donchin (Eds.), Neurophysiology and Psychophysiology: Experimental and Clinical Applications, Erlbaum, p. 173-188
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Diamond, David M.; Gratton, Gabriele; Drpree, David; and Coles, Michael G. H., "After a Rash Action: Latency and Amplitude of the P300 following Fast Guesses" (1988). Psychology Faculty Publications. 288.