In article <mwspitze-211194163823 at phar2.medsurge.hsis.uci.edu> mwspitze at uci.edu (matt spitzer) writes:
In article <3ar3qe$oj at vixen.cso.uiuc.edu>, kspencer at iti.org (Kevin Spencer)
> By "deep electroencephalograms", did they mean they were recording
> intracranially? This sounds quite bizarre to me.
Bizarre, is a rather nice way to refer to it. Heath did a lot of
intracranial recording from psychiatric patients in the 60's. Things have
changed a bit since then.
I think bizarre would have been the scene, a patient lying with ECoG
electrodes, presumably in a surgery room, and "somebody" doing
"something" in order to record orgasmic brain waves
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