The test-retest reliability of the contingent negative variation (CNV) in children and adults before and after removing aberrant CNV segments
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The contingent negative variation (CNV) is a slow, negative drift in electroencephalographic potential that occurs between two stimuli. Researchers have examined the CNV and its embedded components, the O-wave and E-wave, in the study of development and dysfunction in attentional processing. However, few studies have tested the reliability of these components, and never in a paradigm with two visual stimuli or in children. The present study investigated the test-retest reliability of the visually-evoked CNV components in 58 children and 32 adults. The efficacy of a newly-developed procedure for ...