PURPOSE: Temporal properties such as the peak latency of pattern-reversal (PR) visual evoked potentials (VEPs) have been found to be a sensitive indicator of visual development. Latency can be assessed from the slope of a plot of phase against temporal frequency (TF) for steady state VEP measurements as well as from the transient P1 peak. This study aimed to discover whether the two methods provide different information regarding early visual development. METHODS: Developmental changes of the...Expand abstract
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Latency measures of pattern-reversal VEP in adults and infants: different information from transient P1 response and steady-state phase.
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