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Induced Gamma-band Activity Elicited by Visual Representation of Unattended Objects

By Jasna Martinovic, Thomas Gruber, Kathrin Ohla and Matthias M. Mueller


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Topics: figure-ground organization, oscillatory brain activity, event-related potentials, repetition priming task, human EEG, selective attention, perceptual load, evoked-potentials, responses, modulation, RC Internal medicine, RC
Year: 2009
DOI identifier: 10.1162/jocn.2009.21004
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