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The oddball paradigm is widely applied to the investigation of cognitive function in neuroscience and in neuropsychiatry. Whether cortical oscillation in the resting state can predict the elicited oddball eventrelated potential (ERP) is still not clear. This study explored the relationship between resting electroencephalography (EEG) and oddball ERPs. The regional powers of 18 electrodes across delta, theta, alpha and beta frequencies were correlated with the amplitude and latency of N1, P2, N2doi:10.1186/1471-2202-12-121 pmid:22114868 pmcid:PMC3259052 fatcat:xy4vzg44cfcuxgr5evsrdhxe6m