Atlas of Brain Mapping: Topographic Mapping of Eeg and Evoked Potentials

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From its discovery in 1929 by Hans Berger until the late 1960s, when sensory visual and auditory evoked potentials were dis- covered and became popular, the EEG was the most important method of neurophysiological examination. W-ith the advent of computer technology in the 1980s, it became possible to plot the potential fields of the EEG onto models of the scalp. This plot- ting of information as neuroimages followed the structural and functional techniques of Cf, MRI, PET and SPECf. The success of this method, which began ...

Atlas of Brain Mapping: Topographic Mapping of Eeg and Evoked Potentials 2012, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783642760457

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Atlas of Brain Mapping: Topographic Mapping of Eeg and Evoked Potentials 1991, Springer

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