E-wave and heart rate responses during anticipation of nonmotor events

Aro, Mikko; Liimatainen, Miika
October 1994
Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science;Oct-Dec94, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p431
Academic Journal
Examines expectancy wave (E-wave) and heart rate responses during anticipation of nonmotor events. Development of the E-wave even in the absence of motor preparation when anticipating a significant stimulus; Effect of experimental manipulation of the meaning of stimuli on the E-wave; Connection between late heart rate deceleration and E-wave.


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