The Event Related Brain Potential as an Index of Information Processing, Cognitive Activity, and Skill Acquisition: A Program of Basic Research.
Annual progress rept. 1 Sep 81-30 Oct 82,
ILLINOIS UNIV CHAMPAIGN COGNITIVE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY LAB
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The materials assembled in this report represent work conducted with AFOSR support at the Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory during the reporting period. Articles discussed in this report follow Cognitive Psychophysiology and Preparatory Processes - A Case Study A New Method for Off-Line Removal of Ocular Artifact The Performance of Concurrent Tasks A Psychophysiological Analysis of the Reciprocity of Information Processing Resources P300 and Memory Individual Differences in the von Restorff Effect N200 Amplitude as a Function of Degree of Mismatch in a Word Categorization Paradigm P300 Latency and Reaction Time from a Visual Search Task with Varying Levels of Noise and S-R Compatibility Electrophysiology of Absolute Pitch Information Extraction and P300 Amplitude Operator Workload as a Function of the System State - An Analysis Based upon the Event-Related Brain Potential Pseudo-Quickening A New Display Technique for the Control of Higher Order Systems and An Investigation of Redundant Auditory Tracking.