Unusual finding

F. Frank LeFever flefever at ix.netcom.com
Tue Jun 30 21:47:57 EST 1998


In <359945b5.2205632 at news.twics.com> patanie at pasdepub.com (Patanie)
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>Also, there was no brain activity suggestive of psychopathology,
>particularly schizophrenia, nor were there clinical indications of
>psychopathology.

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If these people know of EEG criteria for identifying schizophrenia,
they should tell the rest of us.  Perhaps they also have non-standard
criteria for judging "clinical indications".  Unless these are made
explicit, perhaps we  should not take any of this too seriously.



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