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Acute Effects of Ethanol on Pattern Reversal and Flash-Evoked Potentials in Rats and the Relationship to Body Temperature.
Acute Exposures to p-Xylene and Toluene Alter Visual Information Processing (Journal Version).
Alpha(2)-Adrenergic Mode of Action of Chlordimeform on Rat Visual Function.
Comparability of Rat and Human Visual-Evoked Potentials.
Effect of Perinatal Monosodium Glutamate Administration on Visual Evoked Potentials of Juvenile and Adult Rats.
Effects of 2,4-Dithiobiuret on Sensory and Motor Function.
Effects of Organophosphates on the Visual System of Rats.
Electroencephalogram and Visual Evoked Potential of the Squirrel Monkey Fed Hexachloropene.
Electrophysiological Measures of Visual and Auditory Function as Indices of Neurotoxicity (Journal Version).
Investigations of Amitraz Neurotoxicity in Rats. 2. Effects on Visual Evoked Potentials.
Ketamine Alters Rat Flash Evoked Potentials (Journal Version).
Peak N160 of Rat Flash Evoked Potential: Does It Reflect Habituation or Sensitization.
Prolonged Neurobehavioral and Visual Effects of Short-Term Exposure to 3,3'-Iminodipropionitrile (IDPN) in Rats.
Rat and Human Visual-Evoked Potentials Recorded Under Comparable Conditions: A Preliminary Analysis to Address the Issue of Predicting Human Neurotoxic Effects from Rat Data.
Rat Flash-Evoked Potential Peak N160 Amplitude: Modulation by Relative Flash Intensity.
Stationary Pattern Adaptation and the Early Components in Human Visual Evoked Potentials.
Summary of Workshop III: Evoked Potentials.
Temperature-Dependent Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials of Rats (Journal Version).
Use of visual and chemosensory evoked potentials in environmental and occupational health /
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