Topographic study of the visual evoked magnetic response

G.F. Harding, Richard A. Armstrong, B. Janday

Research output: Unpublished contribution to conferencePosterpeer-review


Since the visual evoked potential to pattern reversal stimulation produces a paradoxical lateralisation of the major positive P100 component and since this paradoxical lateralisation is dependent on the stimulus parameters including check and field size, we have therefore, carried out a study of the magnetic response (VEMR) to a pattern reversal stimulus in four normal subjects using both full field and half field stimulation and two different check sizes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 1991
Event8th International Biomagnetism Conference - Münster , Germany
Duration: 19 Aug 199124 Aug 1991


Conference8th International Biomagnetism Conference


  • visual evoked potential
  • pattern reversal stimulation
  • paradoxical lateralisation
  • positive P100 component
  • stimulus parameters
  • magnetic response
  • pattern reversal stimulus


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