mat mats_trash at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 19 14:25:30 EST 2002

add to that the work of Roger Traub at Birmingham (UK), Rodolfo
Llinas, Miles Wittington, Robert Wong at SUNY.  None of these deal
with the EEG explicitly I suppose, but their investigations point to
the neuronal origin of the recorded activity.  Without understanding
that then the use of the EEG will be no more than correlation of
quantifiable changes with pathology (as is unfortunately the case with
many diagnostic tools in neuropsychology)

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