Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) provide a non-invasive way to evaluate brain processing speed. ERPs are a record of the brain’s neural response to new stimuli on a millisecond by millisecond basis as measured by electrodes on the scalp. An event or audiovisual stimulus is introduced via a digital display and headphones. The timing and amplitude of the brain’s responding electrical signals (or potentials) yield the ERP components such as the N200 and P300. Each component reflects a different cognitive operation. The preceding N or P indicates the negative or positive polarity associated with the electrical response, whereas the number indicates the peak latency of the component response in milliseconds. The ERPs are biomarkers that trace the brain’s electrical response from the moment of signal sensory perception, through interactive response and self-evaluation of that response.

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