The book Human Auditory Evoked Potentials is available from Plural Publishing or though Amazon.


The following is a brief list of some of my most highly cited papers (and the most recent). These are available for viewing or downloading by clicking on the links below.

Näätänen, R., & Picton, T. (1987). The N1 wave of the human electric and magnetic response to sound:  a review and an analysis of the component structure. Psychophysiology, 24, 375-425.

Picton, T. W. (1992). The P300 wave of the human event-related potential. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, 9, 456-479.

Starr, A., Picton, T. W., Sininger, Y. S., Hood, L. J., & Berlin, C. I. (1996). Auditory neuropathy.  Brain, 119, 741-753.

Picton, T. W., Alain, C., Otten, L., Ritter, W., & Achim, A. (2000). Mismatch negativity: Different water in the same river. Audiology and Neuro-Otology, 5, 111-139.

Picton, T. W., John M. S., Dimitrijevic, A., & Purcell, D. W. (2003). Human auditory steady-state responses. International Journal of Audiology, 42, 177-219.

Picton, T. W. (2013). Hearing in time: Evoked potential studies of temporal processing. Ear and Hearing, 34: 385-401.

Other papers included in my list of publications, can be obtained by email request. Many of the papers are available through ResearchGate.

Citation indices for my papers are provided in Google Scholar.


Two recent talks given at the 2014 ERP Boot Camp in Davis are also available in pdf format: Signal and Noise and Auditory Evoked Potentials.

My talk on free will at the Rotman Conference in March 2015 is available in pdf format: Determined to Be Free. This was also adapted to a blog post.