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NeuroScan SCAN: Baseline correction

Brian Thiel/Lois Henry-Thiel thielbl at primenet.com
Mon Jun 26 09:28:22 EST 1995


lgao at aol.com (LGAO) wrote:

>The baseline correction depends on several facts, e.g., the length of the
>data, the shape of the waveform, the order of the polynomial the Neuro
>Scan uses, etc. There are a lot of psychologist using EEG/EP to do some
>experiments. But they don't have any knowledge about electro-physiology
>and engineering stuff. They may know at most how to used the
>hardware/software but they don't know the underlying of the method and
>scope of the method they are using. They just make some senseless vain
>effort and fool around. 

Maybe you know about some such folk.  But there are other
psychologists, along with physicians, and other professionals who are
members of professional organizations like the AAPB (Association for
Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback) and SSNR (Society for the
Study of Neuronal Regulation) who cannot be so easily dismissed as
senseless or vain.

>These are the persons who waste the tax payer money 

VERY doubtful.  Not much government money is going into this, and
there are promising reports.

>and damege the whole image of the researcher.

Failure to proof read an electronic posting may not help with the
damege [sic] control of their image either.

--Brian


Lois Henry-Thiel, Ph.D. & Brian Thiel, M.R.E. Scottsdale, AZ       
SSNR's Neurofeedback Archive-- http://www.primenet.com/~ssnr




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