Evoked Cortical Potentials and Information Processing
Annual rept. no. 2, 1 Jan-31 Dec 74
BERNARD M BARUCH COLL NEW YORK DEPT OFPSYCHOLOGY
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This is the second annual report to originate from the Psychophysiology Laboratory of the Psychology Department at Baruch College. The research completed over the past year has included a number of studies concerned with visual and auditory evoled cortical potential correlates of stimulus processing. The present report will detail the results of five separate experiments. The first of these experiments was concerned with hemispheric amplitude asymmetries in the auditory evoked potential under conditions of monaural and binaural stimulation. The effects of cigarette smoking upon the visual evoked potential and on perception span for digits was the topic of Experiment III. Experiments IV and V were concerned with the effects of varying complexity, sequential sets of stimuli, upon visual masking and the evoked potential.
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