Brain Topography: Journal of Functional Neurophysiology features original papers and review articles that apply topographic techniques to clinical neurophysiology and functional localization. Using both fundamental theory and clinical applications of EEG and evoked potential mapping, the journal details different mapping techniques, comparisons of new and old mathematical models using multiple EEG channels, and clinical studies of applications of the new methods compared to established diagnostic techniques. This state-of-the-art journal is a valuable resource for practitioners, clinicians, researchers, educators, and other professionals interested in all related areas of brain topography.
Holdings: Vol. 9, no. 3 (Mar. 1997)-present
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