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Spectral analysis of cortical electroencephalography activity during simultaneous auditory and visual stimulation






Physiological Psychology 14(3-4): 133-140

Spectral analysis of cortical electroencephalography activity during simultaneous auditory and visual stimulation

Cortical EEG activity was recorded from six chronically implanted cats when auditory click stimuli were presented before, during, and after simultaneous accessory photic stimulation at seven different intensities.


Accession: 006459395



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