This book has two major aims. (1) To facilitate communication between
anatomic, physiologic, behavioral, neuropharmacologic, engineering, physics
and other fields related to EEG. (2) To provide a conceptual framework
based on these disparate data which is sufficiently general to embrace brain
theories applied to different experimental designs, scales, and brain
states. This framework can guide future experimental design and data
analysis, followed by new or modified theories.