a method of finding the specific electrical responses of the brain, by modeling the average evoked response (see evoked potential) with the aid of a computer. If the same stimulus is repeated, and the responses are summated, the evoked response will appear above random noise.

AVERAGE-EVOKED-RESPONSE TECHNIQUE (AER TECH: "The scientist used the average-evoked response technique to find out how much the brain was actually activated by the stimulus."
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