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      Disentangling the attention network test: behavioral, event related potentials, and neural source analyses  [Article]

      Galvao Carmona, Alejandro; González Rosa, Javier; Hidalgo Muñoz, Antonio Rafael; Páramo Camino, María Dolores; Benítez Lugo, María Luisa; Izquierdo Ayuso, Guillermo; Vázquez Marrufo, Manuel (Frontiers Media, 2014)
      Background: The study of the attentional system remains a challenge for current neuroscience. The “Attention Network Test” (ANT) was designed to study simultaneously three different attentional networks (alerting, orienting, ...
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      Neural correlates of alerting and orienting impairment in multiple sclerosis patients  [Article]

      Vázquez Marrufo, Manuel; Galvao Carmona, Alejandro; González Rosa, Javier; Hidalgo Muñoz, Antonio Rafael; Borges, Mónica; Ruiz Peña, Juan L.; Izquierdo Ayuso, Guillermo (Public Library of Science, 2014)
      Background A considerable percentage of multiple sclerosis patients have attentional impairment, but understanding its neurophysiological basis remains a challenge. The Attention Network Test allows 3 attentional networks ...
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      Retest reliability of individual P3 topography assessed by high density electroencephalography  [Article]

      Vázquez Marrufo, Manuel; González Rosa, Javier; Galvao Carmona, Alejandro; Hidalgo Muñoz, Antonio Rafael; Borges, Mónica; Ruiz Peña, Juan L.; Izquierdo Ayuso, Guillermo (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Background Some controversy remains about the potential applicability of cognitive potentials for evaluating the cerebral activity associated with cognitive capacity. A fundamental requirement is that these neurophysiological ...