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Taken together, these findings imply that quantification of both aspects of single-sweep behavior might be independently informative for revealing significant information about stimulus processing (Kolev & Yordanova, 1997; Yordanova & Kolev, 1998c). event-related oscillations: analysis and measurement ERP Analysis in the Time-Domain: Exogenous and Endogenous ERP Components Averaged ERPs are most commonly used to measure the time-domain components. 01–70 Hz). The number of artifact-free sweeps necessary for averaging varies in a wide range.
Within this framework, the most important indices of event-related reorganization of the ongoing EEG in a given frequency channel are (1) power or amplitude changes (increase or decrease) in the post-stimulus period relative to prestimulus EEG, and (2) phase-reordering and phase-locking in relation to a stimulus (Yordanova & Kolev, 1998a). , 1997b). , 1994a). The spontaneous oscillatory activity of the brain depends on several factors including the vigilance and/or cognitive state, the presence of pathology, and the participant’s age.