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Most of the components that indicate the different stages of both sensory and cognitive processing of the somatesthetic inputs are shown in Fig. 10a. The positive components P10, P12, P13, and P14, not represented in the figure and indicating the very early latency of the first phases of the processing, are thought to reflect, respectively, discharge of the peripheral nerve, arrival in the dorsal root of the spinal cord, and then arrival in the mesencephalon (13–14 msec). On the other hand there are indications that the P15 (see Fig.
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