(Monita Chatterjee )

From:    Monita Chatterjee  <mchatterjee(at)HEI.ORG>
Date:    Tue, 9 Apr 2002 10:21:45 -0700

I'm no expert, but as far as I know, the MMN is a difference between a cortical evoked potential waveform in response to stimuli that differ along some sensory continuum. The subject is usually not attending to the stimuli, which are often a stream of repetitive "standard" stimuli, interspersed with an infrequent, "deviant" stimulus. Here's a website that may help: http://www.cbru.helsinki.fi/mmn.html Regards, Monita

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