John E. Desmedt

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Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgium 
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Tomberg C, Desmedt JE. (1999) The challenge of non-invasive cognitive physiology of the human brain: how to negotiate the irrelevant background noise without spoiling the recorded data through electronic averaging. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 354: 1295-305
Tomberg C, Desmedt JE. (1999) Failure to recognise objects by active touch (astereognosia) results from lesion of parietal-cortex representation of finger kinaesthesis. Lancet. 354: 393-4
Tomberg C, Desmedt JE. (1998) Human perceptual processing: inhibition of transient prefrontal-parietal 40 Hz binding at P300 onset documented in non-averaged cognitive brain potentials. Neuroscience Letters. 255: 163-6
Tomberg C, Desmedt JE. (1996) Non-averaged human brain potentials in somatic attention: the short-latency cognition-related P40 component. The Journal of Physiology. 496: 559-74
Noël P, Ozaki I, Desmedt JE. (1996) Origin of N18 and P14 far-fields of median nerve somatosensory evoked potentials studied in patients with a brain-stem lesion. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 98: 167-70
Desmedt JE, Tomberg C. (1995) Consciousness. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. Supplement. 44: 227-34
Desmedt JE, Tomberg C. (1994) Transient phase-locking of 40 Hz electrical oscillations in prefrontal and parietal human cortex reflects the process of conscious somatic perception. Neuroscience Letters. 168: 126-9
Tomberg C, Desmedt JE. (1994) A method for identifying short-latency human cognitive potentials in single trials by scalp mapping. Neuroscience Letters. 168: 123-5
Desmedt JE, Tomberg C, Raspe G, et al. (1993) Inadequacy of the average reference for identifying focal changes in EEG and evoked potential studies Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/ Evoked Potentials. 88: 534-536
Mauguière F, Desmedt JE. (1991) Focal capsular vascular lesions can selectively deafferent the prerolandic or the parietal cortex: somatosensory evoked potentials evidence. Annals of Neurology. 30: 71-5
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