Ralf Drenckhahn

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Neurophysiological activity, as measured with EEG or MEG, has its origin in the brain. For most EEG and MEG experiments it is known beforehand, that the folded gray matter of the cortex is the location of the neurons whose activity is measured. These neurons, the pyramidal cells, are oriented perpendicular to the cortical surface. Triangulation of the(More)
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