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A source-imaging (low-resolution electromagnetic tomography) study of the EEGs from unmedicated males with depression
Imaging studies and quantitative EEG have often, but not consistently, implicated the right hemisphere and the left prefrontal cortex in depression. To help clarify this picture, a spatial filterExpand
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Systematic comparisons of interpolation techniques in topographic brain mapping.
The performance of one local interpolation technique, the nearest neighbors, and two global spline techniques, one planar and the other spherical, commonly used for topographic mapping of brainExpand
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Spatio-temporal decomposition of the EEG: a general approach to the isolation and localization of sources.
The principal-component method of source localization for the background EEG is generalized to arbitrary spatio-temporal decompositions. It is shown that as long as the spatial patterns of theExpand
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Spatial patterns in the background EEG underlying mental disease in man.
The spatial patterns underlying differences in the background EEGs of schizophrenic, manic and depressed patients and a group of normal controls has been examined during the eyes open and eyes closedExpand
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Low‐resolution electrical tomography of the brain during psychometrically matched verbal and spatial cognitive tasks
EEGs were recorded from 75 normal, young, female subjects during psychometrically matched verbal (WF) and spatial (DL) cognitive tasks to elicit the differences in the electrical source distributionExpand
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The Continuity Principle in Psychological Research: An Introduction to Robust Statistics
AbstractResearch in statistics has demonstrated that the classical estimates of means, variances and correlations are sensitive to small departures from the normal curve. Statisticians have urgedExpand
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Functional Morphology of Human Arteries During Fetal and Postnatal Development
The equilibrium between the distending force of the blood pressure and the arterial wall is determined essentially by a simple law of mechanics, the law of Laplace. According to this law, the totalExpand
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Stereoscopic dental radiography: a practical dental office procedure (technique tip).
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A source-imaging (low-resolution electromagnetic tomography) study of the EEGs from unmedicated men with schizophrenia
Imaging studies and quantitative electroencephalography (EEG) have often, but not consistently, implicated the left hemisphere and the prefrontal cortex in schizophrenia. To help clarify thisExpand
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Gender Differences in Brain Functional Organization During Verbal and Spatial Cognitive Challenges
This is a quantitative EEG study of gender-related differences in brain function. It is novel in that to elicit gender differences, it was necessary to apply a spatial filter to the EEGs that wasExpand
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