Quantitative EEG and the Frye and Daubert standards of admissibility.

@article{Thatcher2003QuantitativeEA,
  title={Quantitative EEG and the Frye and Daubert standards of admissibility.},
  author={R. W. Thatcher and C. J. Biver and D. M. North},
  journal={Clinical EEG},
  year={2003},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={39-53}
}
The 70-year-old Frye standards of "general acceptance" were replaced by the Supreme Court's 1993 Daubert criteria of the scientific method, which established the standards for admissibility of evidence in Federal Court. The four Daubert criteria were: 1- Hypothesis testing, 2- Estimates of error rates, 3- Peer reviewed publication and 4- General acceptance (Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, 61 U.S.LW 4805 (U.S. June 29, 1993)). The present paper starts with the Daubert four factors and… CONTINUE READING