W. Grey Walter, pioneer in the electroencephalogram, robotics, cybernetics, artificial intelligence

@article{Bladin2006WGW,
  title={W. Grey Walter, pioneer in the electroencephalogram, robotics, cybernetics, artificial intelligence},
  author={P. Bladin},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={13},
  pages={170-177}
}
  • P. Bladin
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of Clinical Neuroscience
  • With the announcement by William Lennox at the 1935 London International Neurology Congress of the use of electroencephalography in the study of epilepsy, it became evident that a new and powerful technique for the investigation of seizures had been discovered. William Grey Walter, a young researcher finishing his post-graduate studies at Cambridge, was selected to construct and study the EEG in clinical neurology at the Maudsley Hospital, London. His hugely productive pioneering career in the… CONTINUE READING
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