Quantitative topographic electroencephalographic mapping during drowsiness and sleep onset.

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The topographic EEG features of drowsiness and sleep onset are much less well documented than are their temporal aspects. A commercial topographical mapping system was used to assess the main EEG features employing all 19 international 10/20 system electrode sites referenced to linked ears during wakefulness, stages 1A and 1B drowsiness, stage 2 sleep, and… (More)

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@article{Broughton1995QuantitativeTE, title={Quantitative topographic electroencephalographic mapping during drowsiness and sleep onset.}, author={Robert Broughton and Jamshed Hasan}, journal={Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society}, year={1995}, volume={12 4}, pages={372-86} }