Electroencephalography (EEG), including Event-Related Potentials (ERP), can be an objective endpoint of choice in many cases - this webinar will make clear why, when and with what benefit.
What does ERP stand for?
ERP stands for Event-Related Potential
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- European Recovery Plan
- European Recovery Program
- European Recovery Programme
- European Recycling Platform (est. 2002; EU)
- European Restoral Plan
- Evaluation des Risques Professionnels (France, Professional Risks Assessment)
- Event Related Potential (EEG)
- Event Response Procedure
- Event-Related Brain Potential
- Everyday Rob People
- Exact Reconstruction Principle (linear programming; mathematics)
- Exact Route Position
- Exchange Rate Policies
- Exchange Rate Protection
- Executive Readiness Program (formerly Pre-XD)
- Executive Retirement Plan
- Expedited Removal Process (US FEMA)
- Expeditionary Reach Package
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It can be used in EEG equipment to monitor bispectral index, evoked potentials and event-related potentials to diagnose brain injuries, strokes and sleep disorders.
They found that reading the larger font sizes produced emotion effects in event-related potentials that began earlier and lasted longer than those resulting from reading smaller font sizes.
Among the topics are visual and semantic ambiguity in art, whether the complexity of space lies in the cosmos or in the chaos, complexity in the Mesoamerican artistic and architectural works, new paradigm architecture, the tonal structure of music and controlling chaos in the brain, mutual phase synchronization in single-trial data, quantification of order patterns recurrence plots of event-related potentials, and measuring the thalamocortical loop in patients with neurogenic pain.
Linking semantic priming effect in functional MRI and event-related potentials.
Thus, the first four articles look at the use of positron emission tomography (PET (1)); analysis of the brain's electrical activity, such as event-related potentials (ERPs); and magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy (MRI/MRS) for studying issues of relevance to alcohol research.
The intracranial topography of the P3 event-related potential elicited during auditory oddball.
Statistical analysis The null hypothesis was that the EEG event-related potential component latencies, amplitudes and reaction times of the subjects to the target stimuli are not different in EMF ON and EMF OFF conditions during the same task.