Green Archiving For USF Faculty: Getting Started
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Submissions from 1970
The "Psychological Significance" of Evoked Responses: a Comment on Clark, Butler, & Rosner, Emanuel Donchin and S. Sutton
Aspects of Dispersal in Tribolium Flour Beetles, John C. Ogden
Auditory Averaged Evoked Potentials in Man During Selective Binaural Listening, D. B. D. Smith, Emanuel Donchin, Leon Cohen, and A. Starr
Tanzania-Zambia Railway: Escape Route from Neocolonial Control?, Alvin W. Wolfe
Submissions from 1969
Data Analysis Techniques in Average Evoked Potential Research, Emanuel Donchin
Anticipation of Relevant Stimuli and Evoked Potentials: A Reply to Näätänen, Emanuel Donchin and Leon Cohen
Average Evoked Potentials: Methods, Results and Evaluations, Emanuel Donchin and Donald B. Lindsley
Submissions from 1968
Averaged Evoked Potentials and Uncertainty Resolution, Emanuel Donchin
Games Neurons Play, Emanuel Donchin
Submissions from 1967
Economies in Bondage: An Essay on the Mining Industry in Africa, Alvin W. Wolfe
Submissions from 1966
A Multivariate Approach to the Analysis of Average Evoked Potentials, Emanuel Donchin
Average Evoked Potentials and Intramodality Selective Attention, Emanuel Donchin and L. Cohen
Average Evoked Potentials and Reaction times to Visual Stimuli, Emanuel Donchin and Donald B. Lindsley
Capital and the Congo, Alvin W. Wolfe
Testimony on United States-South African Relations, Alvin W. Wolfe
Submissions from 1965
Retroactive Brightness Enhancement with Brief Paired Flashes of Light, Emanuel Donchin and Donald B. Lindsley
Visually Evoked Response Correlates of Perceptual Masking and Enhancement, Emanuel Donchin and Donald B. Lindsley
Submissions from 1964
Visual Evoked Potentials as a Function of Flash Luminance and Duration, J D Wicke, Emanuel Donchin, and Donald B. Lindsley
Submissions from 1963
Cortical Evoked Potentials and Perception of Paired Flashes, Emanuel Donchin, J. D. Wicke, and Donald B. Lindsley