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English: The modulation of EEG signals in response to natural images across different electrodes and time points. The topographic representations show ERP modulations across different electrodes starting from 100 ms before stimulus onset to 600 ms after stimulus presentation. The color-coded topographic maps demonstrate the amplitude of signals specified with a color bar at the right end (the color bar shows positive and negative modulations in arbitrary units). The stimulus was presented at 0 ms and continued to ~70 ms.
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Source Video S1 from Ghodrati M, Ghodousi M, Yoonessi A (2016). "Low-Level Contrast Statistics of Natural Images Can Modulate the Frequency of Event-Related Potentials (ERP) in Humans". Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. DOI:10.3389/fnhum.2016.00630. PMID 28018197. PMC: 5145888.
Author Ghodrati M, Ghodousi M, Yoonessi A
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