Electroencephalography (EEG) of Human Sleep: Clinical Applications

  title={Electroencephalography (EEG) of Human Sleep: Clinical Applications},
  author={E. Weitzman},
This monograph describes the normative pattern of electroencephalographic and polygraphic physiological recording of normal human nocturnal sleep and represents work carried out in the authors' laboratory during a period of 13 years. The 6,000 recordings of several hundred subjects span the age range from the neonate to more than 70 years. Approximately two thirds of the monograph is composed of tables and figures. The authors emphasize that their studies provide a normative base for the future… Expand
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