Paradigm Class - Oddball Discrimination

Oddball Discrimination

Detect the presence of an oddball (infrequent/distinct) stimulus from a continuous stream of stimuli. Examples include when participants listen to tones and indicate when they hear a target tone (oddball) or when participants view letters or objects and indicate when they see a target stimulus (oddball). First: Sutton, et al. 1965 Most: Braver, et al. 2001

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