The latency of a visual evoked potential tracks the onset of decision making

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Description: In this study, we directly tested the hypothesis that N200 latencies (EEG stimulus-locked negative peaks occurring between 150 and 275 milliseconds in human subjects) reflect visual processing time that occurs before evidence accumulation during quick decision making.

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Citation Nunez, M. D., Gosai, A., Vandekerckhove, J., & Srinivasan, R. (2018). The latency of a visual evoked potential tracks the onset of decision making. bioRxiv. doi: 10.1101/275727 encodingN200 (Repository version 0.5.2) EEG measures of neural processing reflect visual encoding time (encodingN200) before evidence accumulation during human decision making Authors: Michael D. Nunez, Aishwarya G...

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