The Event-Related Brain Potential as an Index of Information Processing and Cognitive Activity: A Program of Basic Research.
Final technical rept. 1 Jan-31 Dec 87,
ILLINOIS UNIV CHAMPAIGN COGNITIVE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY LAB
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This report describes research conducted in Cognitive Psychophysiology. Our primary mission has been to develop an understanding of the Event-Related Brain Potential ERP so that it can be used in the study of human cognitive function and in the assessment of man-machine interactions. To this end, we have conducted research in the following areas The use of ERPs in the study of attention and skill acquisition, The use of ERPs in the study of mental chronometry, The use of ERPs in the study of mental resources and workload, The use of ERPs in the study of memory, The development of animal model of the P300 component, The use of ERPs as a communication channel. Listed are all chapters, papers, abstracts and presentations that were published, submitted, or in preparation in 1987. Keywords Memory Information processing Brain function.
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