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Since hypoglycemia is known to influence cognitive functions, we checked whether the physiological changes in glycemia (after fasting or exertion) can explain the rather high intra-individual variability of event-related potentials (ERPs). Besides the ERPs to "change in coherence of a moving pattern" with reaction time (RT) recording, binocular pattern reversal VEPs and motion-onset VEPs (to linear and radial motion) were also examined in 14 healthy subjects prior to and after 24-h fasting thatpmid:15544419 fatcat:fbye7yek4be5jedk445dpo2tkm