Richard S. Norman
rnorman at umich.edu
Sat Mar 16 13:30:46 EST 2002
Serves you right for messing with AI mind!
You are searching the wrong places. My favorite web search engine
is www.google.com. Searching "Deep Brain Stimulation" and
"Vagus Nerve Stimulation" produced a significant number of useful
If you want research literature instead, you should be searching the
National (US) Library of Medicine or PubMed at
On Sat, 16 Mar 2002 12:59:05 -0000, "Ian Field" <i.field at virgin.net>
>Thanks - but I was already aware of that, although since you mention them I
>suppose I could type them into the newsgroup searchbox and see what
>happens - probably the same as when I tried DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation) and
>VNS (Vagus Nerve Stimulation). both of these searchterms are far more
>specialised than the topic I'm looking for, but nothing I've tried so far
>has produced a result. When I found bionet.neuroscience I thought I'd found
>it - but alas not!
>Additionally - yesterday I wasted a lot of time on a webpage with an AI mind
>robot that didn't seem to do very much, although when I typed "AI Mind =
>Stupid!" it did have the smarts to call me stupid back!
>"Bob Nienhuis" <nienhuis at wgn.net> wrote in message
>news:3C92EC13.CB522CCB at wgn.net...
>> Brainwaves are frequently referred to as spectral bands, eg; alpha,
>> delta, theta etc.
>> nienhuis at ucla.edu
>> Ian Field wrote:
>> > Please could anyone suggest keywords to use for searching for newsgroups
>> > any other resources) dealing with brainwaves (0.5 - 20Hz)?
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