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What happens in the first 200 ms of word reading : ERP studies on visual word recognition with top-down and bottom-up approaches /
(Brock University, 2008-06-01)
In this thesis, three main questions were addressed using event-related potentials (ERPs): (1) the timing of lexical semantic access, (2) the influence of "top-down" processes on visual word processing, and (3) the ...
Electrocortical responses in reward paradigms and their variation related to personality
(Brock University, 2010-03-09)
This thesis was conducted in order to investigate two issues: (1) how sensitive event related potentials (ERPs), and more specifically the medial frontal negativity and the P3 components, are to the valence and magnitude ...
ERP and cardiovascular correlates of source memory discrimination in older and younger adults /
(Brock University, 1997-05-21)
There is much evidence to support an age-related decline in source memory ability. However, the underlying mechanisms responsible for this decline are not well understood. The current study was carried out to determine ...
Age-related changes in ERPs associated with context-based and response-based interference
(Brock University, 2005-11-04)
Age-related differences in information processing have often been explained through deficits in older adults' ability to ignore irrelevant stimuli and suppress inappropriate responses through inhibitory control processes. ...