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Photic Driving Response

Photic Driving Response

Photic Driving Response. Publication types Electrode Artifact Electrode artifact, also known as electrode pop, is a type of nonbiologic artifact that produces discharges that look remarkably different from cerebral potentials. A loud noise or an alerting stimulus can induce vertex waves in a sleeping individual. When the posterior dominant rhythm reaches the alpha frequency range at around the age of 3 years, the photic driving response also reaches the alpha frequency range Niedermeyer, c. The abundance of delta waves decreases…

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