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Volume 111, Number 1, 1 January 2000

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Inaugural Editorial
pp. 2-3(2)
Author: Hallett, M.

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Quantitative sensory testing: effect of site and skin temperature on thermal thresholds
pp. 17-22(6)
Authors: Hagander, L.G.; Midani, H.A.; Kuskowski, M.A.; Parry, G.J.G.

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Reproducibility of indices of axonal excitability in human subjects
pp. 23-28(6)
Authors: Mogyoros, I.; Lin, C.; Dowla, S.; Grosskreutz, J.; Burke, D.

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Predictive value of novel stimuli modifies visual event-related potentials and behavior
pp. 29-39(11)
Authors: Suwazono, S.; Machado, L.; Knight, R.T.

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Latency shifts in the N2b component track phonological deviations in spoken words
pp. 40-44(5)
Authors: D'Arcy, R.C.N.; Connolly, J.F.; Crocker, S.F.

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Stability of mismatch negativities in children
pp. 45-52(8)
Authors: Uwer, R.; von Suchodoletz, W.

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The correction of ocular artifacts: a topographic perspective
pp. 53-65(13)
Authors: Picton, T.W.; van Roon, P.; Armilio, M.L.; Berg, P.; Ille, N.; Scherg, M.

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Visual contrast response functions in Parkinson's disease: evidence from electroretinograms, visually evoked potentials and psychophysics
pp. 66-74(9)
Authors: Langheinrich, T.; Tebartz van Elst, L.; Lagreze, W.A.; Bach, M.; Lucking, C.H.; Greenlee, M.W.

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P300 and blink instructions
pp. 93-98(6)
Authors: Ochoa, C.J.; Polich, J.

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The impact of cyclic alternating pattern on heart rate variability during sleep in healthy young adults
pp. 99-101(3)
Authors: Ferini-Strambi, L.; Bianchi, A.; Zucconi, M.; Oldani, A.; Castronovo, V.; Smirne, S.

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Electroencephalogram of asymptomatic adult subjects
pp. 102-105(4)
Authors: Jabbari, B.; Russo, M.B.; Russo, M.L.

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Load-dependence of fatigue related changes in tremor around 10 Hz
pp. 106-111(6)
Authors: Ebenbichler, G.R.; Kollmitzer, J.; Erim, Z.; Loscher, W.N.; Kerschan, K.; Posch, M.; Nowotny, T.; Kranzl, A.; Wober, C.; Bochdansky, T.

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Hypoglycemic and hypoxic modulation of cortical micro-EEG activity in rat brain slices
pp. 112-121(10)
Authors: Rabinovici, G.D.; Lukatch, H.S.; MacIver, M.B.

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Magnetoencephalographic analysis of periodic lateralized epileptiform discharges (PLEDs)
pp. 122-127(6)
Authors: Hisada, K.; Morioka, T.; Nishio, S.; Muraishi, M.; Yamamoto, T.; Yoshida, T.; Fukui, M.

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Variability of epileptiform activity in long-term EEGs with short and long intervals in children with epilepsy
pp. 128-133(6)
Authors: Dahlin, M.; Nergardh, A.; Amark, P.; Knutsson, E.

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Systematic approach to dipole localization of interictal EEG spikes in children with extratemporal lobe epilepsies
pp. 161-168(8)
Authors: Ochi, A.; Otsubo, H.; Shirasawa, A.; Hunjan, A.; Sharma, R.; Bettings, M.; Rutka, J.T.; Kamijo, K.; Yamazaki, T.; Wilson, S.B.; Snead III, O.C.

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Corticomotoneuronal activity in ALS: changes in the peristimulus time histogram over time
pp. 169-177(9)
Authors: Weber, M.; Eisen, A.; Nakajima, M.

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The human hand motor area is transiently suppressed by an unexpected auditory stimulus
pp. 178-183(6)
Authors: Furubayashi, T.; Ugawa, Y.; Terao, Y.; Hanajima, R.; Sakai, K.; Machii, K.; Mochizuki, H.; Shiio, Y.; Uesugi, H.; Enomoto, H.; Kanazawa, I.

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