Atlas of Brain Mapping: Topographic Mapping of EEG and Evoked Potentials

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Springer-Verlag, Jan 1, 1991 - Brain - 103 pages
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This is the first atlas and concise textbook on topographic brain mapping of EEG and evoked potentials. The atlas describes in an easily understandable way history, methodology, data acquisition and signal analysis, storing of data, and findings of mapping in normals and neurological and psychiatric diseases. A chapter is de- voted to psychopharmacology and advanced techniques such as dipole source estimation. The atlas is meant to help electroencephalographers and technicians to understand EEG and evoked potential maps in their daily diagnostic work.

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Psychotherapeutic Interventions
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Psychopharmacology
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Peter J. Whitehouse, M.D., Ph.D., is a professor of neurology, psychiatry, neuroscience, psychology, nursing, organizational behavior, and biomedical ethics at the Fairhill Center for Aging, Case Western Reserve University, and a founding director of the Alzheimer Center at the University Hospitals of Cleveland. Konrad Maurer, M.D., Ph.D., is a professor in and head of the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, and director of the Clinic for Psychiatry, at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University. Jesse F. Ballenger, Ph.D., is a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute of the History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University.

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