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Japanese Journal of Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology
The hemispheric asymmetry of negative event-related potentials with selective attention was examined in eight adults while the subjects were instructed to detect plant names ( targets ) among animal names if they were presented in red ( or blue ) and to ignore those names if they were in blue ( or red ). Negativity to names in the attended color was maximum at the vertex and lateralized at the left hemisphere. However, this asymmetry was not found when subjects performed a discrimination ondoi:10.5674/jjppp1983.5.1 fatcat:psujqip2ondj7jgidmannt55mu