Event-Related Potentials (ERP)

Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) are a non-invasive method of measuring brain activity during cognitive processing. By measuring the EEG elicited by a stimulus event such as the presentation of a word or some auditory stimulus, and subsequently averaging the EEG samples time-locked to stimulus presentation, ERP’s are obtained. Typical examples of ERP components are N100, N170, N200, P200, P300, P3a, P3b and the N400.

Overview of products suitable for recording or presentation of Event Related Potentials (ERP).