This paper was written while the authors were Fellows at the Neurosciences Institute of the Neurosciences Research Program in New York. We gratefully appreciate the support of the Institute and its staff during our stay in New York. On December 3–6, 1985. the Institute spunsored a meeting on the ‘Sources of Human Event-Related Potentials Recorded from the Scalp’ attended by Steven Hillyard, Lloyd Kaufman. Marta ICutas, Gregory McCarthy, Waller Ritter, Michael Scherg. Herbert Vaughan. Christopher Wood, and ourselves. The discussions during this meeting were very helpful to us in formulating The ideas that led to this paper. The authors also thank Riitta Hari, Steven Hillyard, Lloyd Kaufman, Norman Loveless, Patricia Michie, Walter Ritter. Mikko Sams, Michael Scherg, Eugen Sokolov. and Jonathan Wolpaw for perceptive and constructive comments on the manuscript.
The N1 Wave of the Human Electric and Magnetic Response to Sound: A Review and an Analysis of the Component Structure
Version of Record online: 30 JAN 2007
Volume 24, Issue 4, pages 375–425, July 1987
How to Cite
Näätänen, R. and Picton, T. (1987), The N1 Wave of the Human Electric and Magnetic Response to Sound: A Review and an Analysis of the Component Structure. Psychophysiology, 24: 375–425. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.1987.tb00311.x
- Issue online: 30 JAN 2007
- Version of Record online: 30 JAN 2007
- (Manuscript received March 11, 1986; accepted for publication March 16, 1986)
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