photic driving

pho·tic driv·ing

a normal EEG phenomenon whereby the frequency of the activity recorded over the parietooccipital regions is time locked to the flash frequency during photic stimulation.

pho·tic driv·ing

(fō'tik drīv'ing)
A normal electroencephalographic phenomenon whereby the frequency of the activity recorded over the parietooccipital regions is time locked to the flash frequency during photic stimulation.

photic driving

Exposing a subject to flashing lights during an electroencephalographic (EEG) recording.
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Hirata, "The photic driving response in electroencephalogram in migraine patients", in IEEE/ICME Int.