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Steady-state evoked potential

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A steady-state evoked potential is an evoked potential where the stimuli are presented in a rapid succession, the evoked potentials overlap in time and the presentation rate is high enough to evoke a steady wave.

This wave might be buried in the ongoing EEG activity, but can be detected by Fourier analysis, since the frequency of the wave corresponds to the stimulation rate.

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