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The contribution of single trial response amplitude and variability to averaged evoked response amplitude in normal and downs syndrome individuals



The contribution of single trial response amplitude and variability to averaged evoked response amplitude in normal and downs syndrome individuals



Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology 47(5): 25P-26P




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