Event Related Potentials of the Brain

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors
Nicole Lesevre (1924-1989)
Russell Harter (1940-1990)
Sect. I Source Localization (EEG and MEG), Neuro-Imaging and Event-Related Desynchronization
Section I: Introductory remarks 3
Topographic representation of event-related potentials 5
Neuromagnetic studies of sensory functions and mental imagery 13
Separation and identification of event-related potential components by brain electric source analysis 24
Localization of brain sources of visually evoked responses: using single and multiple dipoles. An overview of different approaches 38
Physiological sources of evoked potentials 47
Event-related desynchronization during motor behavior and visual information processing 58
Sect. II Movement and Stimulus Preceding Brain Activity
Section II: Introductory remarks 69
Activity of single neurons in monkey cortex preceding sensory cued limb movements 71
Cortical potentials associated with voluntary movements in monkeys 80
Functional localisation of motor processes in the human cortex 97
Perception or action: some comments on preparatory negative potentials 116
Sect. III Pharmacology and ERPs
Section III: Introductory remarks 133
Stimulant drugs and ERPs 135
Contingent negative variation (CNV) in psychopharmacology 142
Dopamine and CNV: studies of drugs, disease and nutrition 153
Noradrenergic and cholinergic influences on the genesis of P3-like potentials 165
Discussion: towards a pharmacology of information processing 173
Sect. IV Selective Attention and Mental Chronometry
Section IV: Introductory remarks 179
Visual-spatial attention: preparation and selection in children and adults 183
Mechanisms of auditory selective attention as revealed by event-related potentials 195
The search for 'neutral' conditions for recording control event-related potentials in order to assess cognitive components to both irrelevant and relevant stimuli: evidence for short-latency cognitive somatosensory effects 210
ERPs and selective attention: commentary 222
Selective attention and mental chronometry 228
Discrete versus continuous information processing: introduction and psychophysiology 244
Continuous versus discrete information processing: evidence from movement-related potentials 260
Brain control of cardiovascular dynamics 270
Sect. V Aging and Dementia
Section V: Introductory remarks 287
The electroencephalogram and evoked potentials in normal aging and dementia 289
P300 in the evaluation of aging and dementia 304
Arousal and effort: a review and theoretical synthesis of studies of age-related changes in event-related potentials 324
ERPs and brain structure: relationships across the adult age span in alcoholics and in a patient with herpes simplex encephalitis 342
Cerebral function in aging and Alzheimer's disease: the role of PET 355
Hippocampus pathology in dementia: post-mortem assessed cation shifts and amino acid transmitter contents and its possible neuroimaging in vivo 366
Subject Index 381
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