Analysis of Neurophysiological Brain Functioning

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Christian Uhl
Springer, 1999 - Medical - 310 pages
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The analysis of neurophysiological brain function is a highly interdisciplinary field of research. In addition to the traditional areas of psychology and neurobiology, various other scientific disciplines, such as physics, mathematics, computer science, and engineering, are involved. The book reviews a wide spectrum of model-based analyses of neurophysiological brain function. In the first part, physical and physiological models and synergetic concepts are presented. The second part focuses on analysis methods and their applications to EEG/MEG data sets. It reviews methods of source localization, the investigation of synchronization processes, and spatio-temporal modeling based on dynamical systems theory. The book includes contributions by well-known scientists such as Hermann Haken, Scott Kelso and Paul Nunez, among others. It is written for students and scientists from all the above-mentioned fields.

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Contents

A Preliminary Physiology of MacroNeocortical Dynamics
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Traversing Scales of Brain and Behavioral Organization
73
Analysis and Reconstruction
90
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