- Human sensory-evoked responses differ coincident with either "fusion-memory" or "flash-memory", as shown by stimulus repetition-rate effectsDon L Jewett
Abratech Corporation, Sausalito, CA, USA
BMC Neurosci 7:18. 2006..We have named them "A-waves", and added a prefix to show the sensory system from which the responses were obtained (visA-waves, audA-waves, somA-waves)...
- The use of QSD (q-sequence deconvolution) to recover superposed, transient evoked-responsesDon L Jewett
Abratech Corp, Sausalito, CA, USA
Clin Neurophysiol 115:2754-75. 2004..QSD can increase the sensitivity of clinically useful evoked-responses because it is well known that high stimulus repetition-rates are better for detecting pathophysiology...