Sensory gating, habituation, and orientation of P50 and N100 event-related potential (ERP) components in neurologically typical adults and links to sensory behaviors
This thesis project used a novel electroencephalography (EEG) auditory paradigm, the orientation/habituation paradigm, to understand brain processing in response to multiple auditory stimuli. This paradigm allowed the exploration of several neurological processes within one task: sensory gating, orientation to deviant stimulus, and habituation and dishabituation. Sensory gating has been studied extensively in individuals with neurological disorders (Arnfred & Chen, 2004; Boutros, Belger, Campbell, D'Souza, & Krystal, 1999; Kisley et al., 2003) and there are a few studies that have examined ...
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