Measuring stimulus-evoked EEG responses at single-trial level is desirable, as the trial-to-trial variability often contains important pyhysiological information.
Laser stimuli activate selectively pain-related afferents in the skin, and evoke brain responses that can be detected by EEG (laser-evoked potentials, LEPs). Despite being widely used, the functional significance of LEPs is still unclear. When single laser stimuli are delivered, the magnitude of...
Our broad field of interest is the neurophysiology of sensory system in humans. We are particularly interested on the functioning of the somatosensory and nociceptive systems, to understand how somatosensory stimuli give rise to bodily experiences and how these experiences are modulated by...
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