[wineeg] Re: AW: go-no go vs. CPTs

  • From: Alexander Grushvitskiy <alexandr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Müller Andreas <wineeg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 16:53:20 +0400

Dear Andi,

We have received your transfer. The shipment for you would be ready
next week.

Best regards,

> Dear Jon
> With WINEEG and Psytask you have all: GoNogo task vis, auditory,
> reading. Maths, all with norms for spectra (absolute power and
> relative power), for ERP and even for the components (P1, P3b, p3a,
> P2, P2H). In this moment there are norms from 7-16. In praxis the
> component analyse helps extremely. In one or two month we expect to
> bring out new database from 7-87 with many more statistics and 1000 healthy 
> subjects in.
> If you have some questions about database write me.
> Andreas_mueller@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Next week, (17.-21. April), there will be a workshop in London (see 
> www.qeeg.co.uk).
> All the best
> Andreas Müller

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: wineeg-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:wineeg-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Im Auftrag von JF
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 10. April 2007 05:00
> An: wineeg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Betreff: [wineeg] go-no go vs. CPTs

> Go-No Go tasks used in P300 paradigms are essentially the same as the
> continuous performance tasks that people with attentional problems tend to
> fail... right?

> If so, can anyone tell me about a software and/or hardware solution that
> will allow me to record P300s during a continuous performance task that
> has decent norms for people ages 55-75?

> I understand WinEEG/Mitsar has a P300 function but... could someone remind
> me if it is also a continuous performance task with norms?

> I hope it is forgivable if I'm forgetting something Drs. Kropotov and 
> Ponomarev have published directly relevant to this question.

> Jon Frederick
> Quietmind Foundation
> Lafayette Hill, PA

Best regards,

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