Potential production of Hughlings Jackson's “parasitic consciousness” by physiologically-patterned weak transcerebral magnetic fields: QEEG and source localization

  title={Potential production of Hughlings Jackson's “parasitic consciousness” by physiologically-patterned weak transcerebral magnetic fields: QEEG and source localization},
  author={Kevin S. Saroka and Michael A. Persinger},
  journal={Epilepsy \& Behavior},
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