Microcomputer analysis of cortical power spectrum: calibration and correlates of behavioral artifacts.

@article{Chen1983MicrocomputerAO,
  title={Microcomputer analysis of cortical power spectrum: calibration and correlates of behavioral artifacts.},
  author={Andrew C. N. Chen and M T Drangsholt and Samuel Franklin Dworkin and David W Clark},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={1983},
  volume={16 3-4},
  pages={181-96}
}
Cortical power spectrum (CPS) is a quantitative estimate of EEG spectral power density. The CPS provides suitably precise data for quantification and statistical inference compared to the qualitative evaluation of EGG when interpreted by clinicians or researchers. In the past decade, the CPS has been applied to the studies of cognitive functions, memory… CONTINUE READING