A Trial by Trial Study of the Visual Omission Response in Reaction Time Situations
The present work was undertaken in order to study the mechanisms underlying the various stages of perceptive and perceptivo-motor processes by analyzing the characteristics (latency, amplitude and topographical distribution) of its electrophysiological correlates.
KeywordsNegative Component Readiness Potential Positive Wave Negative Wave Selection Response Process
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