Robert G. Eason, Ph.D.

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States 
"Robert Eason"
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Oakley MT, Eason RG. (1990) Subcortical gating in the human visual system during spatial selective attention. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 9: 105-20
Eason RG, Flowers L, Oakley M. (1983) Differentiation of retinal and nonretinal contributions to averaged evoked responses obtained with electrodes placed near the eyes Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation. 15: 13-21
Sadler RR, Eason RG. (1977) Voluntary alpha control, visually evoked potentials, and peripheral physiological indicants of activation. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 44: 491-6
Eason RG, Dudley LM. (1971) Effect of stimulus size and retinal locus of stimulation on visually evoked cortical responses and reaction in man Psychonomic Science. 23: 345-347
Eason RG, Dudley LM. (1970) Physiological and behavioral indicants of activation. Psychophysiology. 7: 223-32
Culver CM, Tanley JC, Eason RG. (1970) Evoked cortical potentials: relation to hand dominance and eye dominance. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 30: 407-14
Eason RG, White CT, Bartlett N. (1970) Effects of checkerboard pattern stimulation on evoked cortical responses in relation to check size and visual field Psychonomic Science. 21: 113-115
Groves PM, Eason RG. (1969) Effects of attention and activation on the visual evoked cortical potential and reaction time. Psychophysiology. 5: 394-8
Eason RG, Harter MR, White CT. (1969) Effects of attention and arousal on visually evoked cortical potentials and reaction time in man Physiology and Behavior. 4: 283-289
Eason RG, White CT, Oden D. (1968) Evoked cortical potentials: lobe differences associated with locus of retinal stimulation. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 24: 393
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