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  • Vertical asymmetries in pre-attentive detection of changes in motion direction 

    Amenedo Losada, María Elena; Pazo Álvarez, Paula; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando (Elsevier, 2007)
    Stimulus localization affects visual motion processing. Vertical asymmetries favouring lower visual field have been reported in event-related potentials (ERPs) and behavioural studies under different attention conditions. ...
  • Visual target processing in high- and low-performing older subjects indexed by P3 component 

    Lorenzo López, Laura; Amenedo Losada, María Elena; Pazo Álvarez, Paula; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando (Elsevier, 2007)
    Aim: To explore the possible changes in the parameters of the P3 event-related potential (ERP) component among groups of young and older healthy subjects characterized as either high- or low-performers in a visual attention ...
  • Densidad de los puntos de venta de alcohol y su consumo en jóvenes de Galicia 

    Mori Gamarra, Fátima Carmela; Moure Rodríguez, Lucía; Sureda, Xisca; Carbia Sinde, Carina; Royé, Dominic; Montes Martínez, Agustín; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando; Caamaño Isorna, Francisco (Elsevier España, 2020)
    Objetivo: Valorar la influencia que la densidad de los puntos de venta y los de venta y consumo de alcohol ejercen sobre los patrones de consumo de 1os/las jóvenes preuniversitarios/as de Galicia. Métodos: Se ha llevado ...
  • Interference of Cellular Phone Conversations with Visuomotor Tasks: An ERP Study 

    García Larrea, Luis; Perchet, Caroline; Perrin, Fabien; Amenedo Losada, María Elena (Hogrefe, 2001)
    The use of mobile phones has been shown to increase drivers’ reaction times (RTs), but whether this results from interference with attention, stimulus identification, or response production remains unclear. We recorded ...
  • Feature processing during visual search in normal aging: Electrophysiological evidence 

    Lorenzo López, Laura; Amenedo Losada, María Elena; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando (Elsevier, 2008)
    Event-related potentials (ERPs) were recorded from healthy young and older subjects during the execution of a visual search task in which they were required to detect the presence of a target stimulus that differed from ...

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