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In neurology, the Bereitschaftspotential or BP (from German, "readiness potential"), also called the pre-motor potential or readiness potential (RP), is a measure of activity in the motor cortex and supplementary motor area of the brain leading up to voluntary muscle movement. The BP is a manifestation of cortical contribution to the pre-motor planning of volitional movement. Use of scalp distribution as a dependent variable in event-related potential studies: Excerpts of preconference correspondence. In D. Otto (Ed.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Event-Related Brain Potentials Research (EPA/) (pp. . Tutorials in Event Related Potential Research: Endogenous Components, pp. –, North-Holland, Amsterdam CrossRef Google Scholar Geschwind, Author: Jacob Empson. Title(s): Tutorials in event related potential research: endogenous components/ edited by Anthony W.K. Gaillard and Walter Ritter. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York: North-Holland Pub. Co.