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The enhancement of the N1 wave elicited by sensory stimuli presented at very short inter-stimulus intervals is a general feature across sensory systems

Bibliographic reference Wang, An-Li ; Mouraux, André ; Liang, Meng ; Iannetti, Gian Domenico. The enhancement of the N1 wave elicited by sensory stimuli presented at very short inter-stimulus intervals is a general feature across sensory systems. In: PLoS One, Vol. 3, no. 12, p. e3929 [1-8] (2008)
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