eeg coherence

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> I'm regarding informations about eeg coherence.
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> 
     See John Shaw and David Simpson, EEG Coherence:
     caution and cognition. The Bullitin of the British         
     Psychophysiologicval Society, Winter96/Spring 97,
     No 30/31: 7-9. John Shaw.




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