alexa Randomization-Based Hypothesis Testing from Event-Related Data
Reproductive Medicine

Reproductive Medicine

Reproductive System & Sexual Disorders: Current Research

Author(s): Richard E Greenblatt, Mark E Pflieger

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Methods are described for non-parametric significance testing from event-related encephalographic data, using randomization tests. These methods may be applied in both signal space and source space. The methods include within-subject between-condition comparisons, paired and unpaired comparisons, and within-group and between-group comparisons. Test statistics are also derived for comparing the spatial or temporal response patterns, independent of specific changes at individual locations. Novel methods for testing peak-height significance, and also for making map-wide comparisons, are described. These methods have been validated using simulated data.

This article was published in Brain Topography and referenced in Reproductive System & Sexual Disorders: Current Research

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