what to look for in EEG ?

Dag Stenberg stenberg at cc.Helsinki.FI
Fri Mar 21 10:12:21 EST 1997


Chuck Davis <roshicorp at earthlink.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 04 Mar 1997 18:24:44 GMT, 
> no_spam_please100640.350 at compuserve.com (Colin Rowe) wrote:
> > what changes if any would be expected for narcolepsy, ADD etc. or 

>    When non-timevarying frequency components are found in the
> EEG record, then that could indicate some of the problems you 
> think you might be having. Spectrum analysis is a much better
> means than a raw EEG record to tease out these things.

How do you know?

Dag Stenberg
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