Data to support observation of late and ultra-late latency components of cortical laser evoked potentials
Data are provided to document the presence of late and ultra-late latency components of cortical laser evoked potentials (LEPs) following noxious laser stimulus in Stancak et al. (2015) . The latency components, labeled provisionally as N4, N5, and N6, were observed in 16 healthy human participants who were asked to fully attend their painful and non-painful sensations occurring in association with noxious laser stimulus. Individual laser evoked potential waveforms are provided in support of this observation. Data provided demonstrate the cortical sources of the late and ultra-late laser evoked potentials. The cortical sources of LEPs were reconstructed using the standardized Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography (sLORETA) method.
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Citation : Stancak, A., Cook, S., Wright, H., Fallon, N. (2015) Data to support observation of late and ultra-late latency components of cortical laser evoked potentials. Data in Brief, 5, pp.1031-1034.
ISSN : 2352-3409
Research Institute : Institute for Psychological Science
Peer Reviewed : Yes