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Evoked response

Evoked response

An alteration in the electrical activity of a region of the nervous system through which an incoming sensory stimulus is passing; may be somatosensory (SER), auditory (BAER), or visual (VER).

See: evoked potential.

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... and the more it is related to physiological processes such as cortical evoked potentials and the brains consumption of glucose. Murray also accuses ... heavier than that of a white woman." Gould's (1996, p. 135) response was a political one, namely "I do not regard as empty rhetoric ...

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