Event Related Scalp Potentials during a Bimanual Choice R.T. Task: Topography and Interhemispheric Relations
The general purpose of this experimgnt is to evaluate the specificity of electrophysiological correlates of decision making in the brain; in particular, its main goal is to investigate possible relationships between right and left hemijsphere scalp recorded electrical activity during a choice reaction time task and either the stimulated or the responding side of the body.
KeywordsP300 Latency Contingent Negative Variation Motor Potential Left Index Finger Choice Reaction Time Task
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