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Conflict control processing in adults with developmental dyslexia: an event related potentials study
Age-Related Decline in Cognitive Pain Modulation Induced by Distraction: Evidence From Event-Related Potentials
Differences in age-related effects on myelinated and unmyelinated peripheral fibres: a sensitivity and evoked potentials study
Different patterns of fronto-parietal coherence mediate successful navigation in young and elderly individuals: An EEG study
Age-related decline in thermal adaptation capacities: an evoked potentials study
Allocentric but not egocentric orientation is impaired during normal aging: an ERP study
Electrophysiological evidence of age-related inter-hemispheric changes during episodic encoding processes
Développement sensoriel des nouveau-nés grands prématurés et environnement physique hospitalier [= Sensory system development and the physical environment of infants born very preterm].
Very preterm infants can detect small variations in light levels in incubators
Age-related decrease in sensitivity to electrical stimulation is unrelated to skin conductance: an evoked potentials study
Infants born very preterm react to variations of the acoustic environment in their incubator from a minimum signal-to-noise ratio threshold of 5 to 10 dBA.
The association between inhibition and pain tolerance in the elderly: evidence from event-related potentials
Episodic memory in normal aging and Alzheimer disease: Insights from imaging and behavioral studies
Differential processing of hierarchical visual stimuli in young and older healthy adults: An event-related potentials (ERP) study
Appropriate encoding strategies compensate for driving abilities in elderly individuals: a virtual reality study
Decreased theta power at encoding and cognitive mapping deficits in elderly individuals during a spatial memory task
Caudate nucleus and social cognition: neuropsychological and SPECT evidence from a patient with focal caudate lesion
Moderate acoustic changes can disrupt the sleep of very preterm infants in their incubators
Spontaneous cries can alter the physiological well-being and cerebral oxygenation of very preterm infants
Feeling of control of an action after supra and subliminal haptic distortions

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