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@Ana is basically correct (possibly baring the fact that the P3 is famous for being latency variant, not stable at 300msec), and I really don't want to contradict her or steal her checkmark, but since it's recent and interesting, I would like to point to some recent research by O'Connell and colleagues looking at correlations and similarities between the two ...


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Not at all. The SSVEP is a stimulus-driven reaction, a fluctuation in the neural signal driven by the fluctuation in the observed visual signal. The SSVEP begins and ends with the presence of the visual signal. The P300 a reflection of cognitive processing, an increased response in the presence of deviance detection, decision making, attention, ...


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Title question: See below Question 1: Sort of. Question 2: Yes. Question 3: Yes. The wrinkly outer layer of the human brain, the neocortex, is an anatomical feature found only in mammals. It is largely responsible for our ability to process sensory information in great detail, and plays a large role in memory formation, recognition, and higher thought. ...



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