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|Title:||Corrigendum to " Systematic biases in early ERP and ERF components as a result of high-pass filtering" [J. Neurosci. Methods 209 (2012) 212-218]|
van Rossum, Mark C W
|Citation:||Acunzo D, MacKenzie G & van Rossum MCW (2012) Corrigendum to " Systematic biases in early ERP and ERF components as a result of high-pass filtering" [J. Neurosci. Methods 209 (2012) 212-218]. Commentary on: David J. Acunzo, Graham MacKenzie, Mark C.W. van Rossum, Systematic biases in early ERP and ERF components as a result of high-pass filtering, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Volume 209, Issue 1, 30 July 2012, Pages 212-218. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 211 (2), p. 309. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneumeth.2012.08.023|
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