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P'ectral regular ization of the EEG upon stimulation I IN THE TIME DOMAIN l! EEG component I EP component ~~~ I X=4 .!! 9 ~ m msec STiM. • damp'ed oscillatory character of the response components • tIme-locking among responses to successive stimuli • ~p'litude enhancement in most of the response components • p'robabilistic variability of the enhancement upon identical stImuli • correlation between the response and the EEG prior to stImulus Fig. 2. An illustrative summary of the characteristics of EPs in relation to spontaneous EEG (from B~ar, E.
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1980) EEG Brain Dynamics. Elsevier, Amsterdam) (c) The responses are time-locked to the stimulus and have a damped oscillatory character. (d) An amplitude enhancement is recorded in most of the responses. The enhancement factor has a probabilistic variability. ) gives rise to the compound EP. These frequency channels are related to the main peaks in the amplitude frequency characteristics (AFC) computed from the compound EP. The method for the computation of the AFCs is explained in detail in Sect.