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Table 1. 

The Peak Latencies of the N2pc and FH_Ndiff Component for Three Cue-Delay Conditions Obtained by Different Latency Tests

Testing Methods
No_delay
50ms_delay
100ms_delay
N2pc peak latency 
Grand average peak latenciesa (msec) 228 268 308 
Mean of individual participant peak latencies (msec) 227 263 314 
 
FH_Ndiffpeak latency 
Early phase (0–180 msec) 
 Grand average peak latenciesa (msec) 148 148 146 
 Mean of individual participant peak latencies (msec) 141 143 145 
Late phase (190–400 msec) 
 Grand average peak latenciesa (msec) 246 262 338 
 Mean of individual-participant peak latencies (msec) 253 265 324 
Testing Methods
No_delay
50ms_delay
100ms_delay
N2pc peak latency 
Grand average peak latenciesa (msec) 228 268 308 
Mean of individual participant peak latencies (msec) 227 263 314 
 
FH_Ndiffpeak latency 
Early phase (0–180 msec) 
 Grand average peak latenciesa (msec) 148 148 146 
 Mean of individual participant peak latencies (msec) 141 143 145 
Late phase (190–400 msec) 
 Grand average peak latenciesa (msec) 246 262 338 
 Mean of individual-participant peak latencies (msec) 253 265 324 

aThe grand average peak latencies were the measured peak latencies from the grand average ERPs in the latency windows of significant activity established by both the 6-msec moving-window ANOVA and the permutation test.

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