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Title: Name conditioning in event-related brain potentials
Authors: Kotchoubey, B.
Pavlov, Y. G.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Academic Press Inc.
Citation: Kotchoubey B. Name conditioning in event-related brain potentials / B. Kotchoubey, Y. G. Pavlov. — DOI 10.1016/j.nlm.2017.09.009 // Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. — 2017. — Vol. 145. — P. 129-134.
Abstract: Four experiments are reported in which two harmonic tones (CS+ and CS−) were paired with a participant's own name (SON) and different names (DN), respectively. A third tone was not paired with any other stimulus and served as a standard (frequent stimulus) in a three-stimuli oddball paradigm. The larger posterior positivity (P3) to SON than DN, found in previous studies, was replicated in all experiments. Conditioning of the P3 response was albeit observed in two similar experiments (1 and 3), but the obtained effects were weak and not identical in the two experiments. Only Experiment 4, where the number of CS/UCS pairings and the Stimulus-Onset Asynchrony between CS and UCS were increased, showed clear CS+/CS− differences both in time and time–frequency domains. Surprisingly, differential responses to CS+ and CS− were also obtained in Experiment 2, although SON and DN in that experiment were masked and never consciously recognized as meaningful words (recognition rate 0/63 participants). The results are discussed in the context of other ERP conditioning experiments and, particularly, the studies of non-conscious effect on ERP. Several further experiments are suggested to replicate and extend the present findings and to remove the remaining methodological limitations. © 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Keywords: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING
CONSCIOUSNESS
MASKING
OWN NAME
P3
PASSIVE ODDBALL
ADULT
CONDITIONED REFLEX
CONSCIOUSNESS
EVOKED RESPONSE
FEMALE
HUMAN
MAJOR CLINICAL STUDY
MALE
MASKING
NOMENCLATURE
STIMULUS
AUDITORY EVOKED POTENTIAL
AUDITORY STIMULATION
BRAIN
CONDITIONED REFLEX
HEARING
PHYSIOLOGY
YOUNG ADULT
ACOUSTIC STIMULATION
ADULT
AUDITORY PERCEPTION
BRAIN
CONDITIONING, CLASSICAL
EVOKED POTENTIALS
EVOKED POTENTIALS, AUDITORY
FEMALE
HUMANS
MALE
YOUNG ADULT
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/102067
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85030721553
PURE ID: 2120212
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ISSN: 10747427
DOI: 10.1016/j.nlm.2017.09.009
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