Color Evoked Potentials: Cortical and Subcortical Elements
In our work with responses to colored stimuli it was possible to identify specific components of the evoked waveforms as being related to three basic processes tentatively referred to as red, green and blue processes. This was achieved by selectively sensitizing the eyes with light which was passed through a variety of limited spectrum filters while presenting flashes obtained with standard red, green and blue filters.
KeywordsVisual Evoke Potential Positive Peak Evoke Potential Flash Intensity Binocular Summation
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