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Assessment of Long-Term Habituation Correlates in Event-Related Potentials Using a von Mises Model
In our preliminary work we were ready to demonstrate habituation by analyzing attention correlates in single-trial sequences of auditory event-related potentials (ERPs). Despite completely different quantitative studies of instantaneous part of ERPs in long-term habituation, there are no former studies in generative process underlying the distribution of instantaneous section data in the context of long-term habituation and its relation to attentional binding. For this suggests we have a tendency to used a von Mises model, representing the section info over a group of single trial responses. Additionally we have a tendency to use a quantitative neurofunctional model to predict the dynamics of the instantaneous section in single-trial ERP information throughout the long-term habituation. Measured habituation data is used to cross-validate the model's prediction. We have a tendency to conclude that the described technique allows for an assessment of dynamic changes in the course of long-term habituation. The results conjointly reinforce our neurofunctional multiscale model of long-term habituation and show the applicability of the described method for the experimental/clinical neurodiagnostic assessment of attentional binding.
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