Cognitive Event Related Responses

The readiness potential is considered an endogenous response because no external (exogenous) stimulation is required to elicit it. Although motor cortex is certainly involved in responses that involve sensory processing, typical paradigms do not employ sensory cues because stimuli would elicit sensory evoked responses and trigger a set of cognitive processes that might complicate interpretation. Cognitive responses to assigned tasks involving search, discrimination, classification, or decision processes also have been studied extensively, often in the absence of any observable (behavioral) response.

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