Quantitative electro-oculography and electroencephalography as indices of alertness.

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Even though both electro-oculography (EOG) and EEG have been widely used for assessing alertness, the relationship between these two measures has not yet been clarified at various alertness levels. We estimated the frequencies of eye movements faster than 15 degrees/s (NoEM15) and EEG power at every 0.5 Hz step frequency point, quantitatively as well as… (More)

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@article{Hyoki1998QuantitativeEA, title={Quantitative electro-oculography and electroencephalography as indices of alertness.}, author={K Hyoki and Masayo Shigeta and Naoki Tsuno and Yu Kawamuro and T. Kinoshita}, journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology}, year={1998}, volume={106 3}, pages={213-9} }