Terence Picton
Terence Picton
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The N1 wave of the human electric and magnetic response to sound: a review and an analysis of the component structure
R Näätänen, T Picton
Psychophysiology 24 (4), 375-425, 1987
33721987
Guidelines for using human event‐related potentials to study cognition: Recording standards and publication criteria
TW Picton, S Bentin, P Berg, E Donchin, SA Hillyard, R Johnson Jr, ...
Psychophysiology 37 (2), 127-152, 2000
22242000
Electrical signs of selective attention in the human brain
SA Hillyard, RF Hink, VL Schwent, TW Picton
Science 182 (4108), 177-180, 1973
21471973
The P300 wave of the human event-related potential
TW Picton
Journal of clinical neurophysiology 9 (4), 456-479, 1992
20131992
Human auditory evoked potentials. I: Evaluation of components
TW Picton, SA Hillyard, HI Krausz, R Galambos
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 36, 179-190, 1974
17871974
Auditory neuropathy
A Starr, TW Picton, Y Sininger, LJ Hood, CI Berlin
Brain 119 (3), 741-753, 1996
14401996
Human auditory evoked potentials. II: Effects of attention
TW Picton, SA Hillyard
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 36, 191-200, 1974
10041974
A source analysis of the late human auditory evoked potentials
M Scherg, J Vajsar, TW Picton
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 1 (4), 336-355, 1989
8331989
Human auditory steady-state responses: Respuestas auditivas de estado estable en humanos
TW Picton, MS John, A Dimitrijevic, D Purcell
International journal of audiology 42 (4), 177-219, 2003
7932003
A multidisciplinary approach to anterior attentional functions.
DT Stuss, T Shallice, MP Alexander, TW Picton
New York Academy of Sciences, 1995
6711995
Mismatch negativity: different water in the same river
TW Picton, C Alain, L Otten, W Ritter, A Achim
Audiology and Neurotology 5 (3-4), 111-139, 2000
6342000
Electrophysiology of cognition
SA Hillyard, TW Picton
Comprehensive Physiology, 519-584, 2011
5942011
Reaction time after head injury: fatigue, divided and focused attention, and consistency of performance.
DT Stuss, LL Stethem, H Hugenholtz, T Picton, J Pivik, MT Richard
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 52 (6), 742-748, 1989
5491989
The effects of age on human event‐related potentials
TW Picton, DT Stuss, SC Champagne, RF Nelson
Psychophysiology 21 (3), 312-326, 1984
4831984
Frequency-specific audiometry using steady-state responses
OG Lins, TW Picton, BL Boucher, A Durieux-Smith, SC Champagne, ...
Ear and hearing 17 (2), 81-96, 1996
4591996
Effects of focal frontal lesions on response inhibition
TW Picton, DT Stuss, MP Alexander, T Shallice, MA Binns, S Gillingham
Cerebral cortex 17 (4), 826-838, 2007
4272007
N2 and automatic versus controlled processes
R Näätänen, TW Picton
Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl 38, 169-186, 1986
4091986
Intracerebral sources of human auditory steady-state responses
AT Herdman, O Lins, P Van Roon, DR Stapells, M Scherg, TW Picton
Brain topography 15 (2), 69-86, 2002
3762002
Multiple frontal systems controlling response speed
DT Stuss, MP Alexander, T Shallice, TW Picton, MA Binns, R Macdonald, ...
Neuropsychologia 43 (3), 396-417, 2005
3652005
Separation and identification of event-related potential components by brain electric source analysis.
M Scherg, TW Picton
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Supplement 42, 24-37, 1991
3591991
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