The evolution of complexity in human brain development: an EEG study.

  title={The evolution of complexity in human brain development: an EEG study.},
  author={A Me{\'y}er-Lindenberg},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  volume={99 5},
Analysis of the EEG as a signal from a deterministic non-linear system should, in principle, allow insights into the complexity of underlying brain activity. We examined the capability of this method to analyse the marked changes in brain activity during normal brain development. Resting EEGs of 54 healthy children (newborns to 14 years old) and of 12 normal adults were recorded digitally. The following parameters were calculated: correlation dimension, a measure of the complexity of the… CONTINUE READING

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