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by G. Pfurtscheller,F. H. Lopes da Silva

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  • ISBN 0444829997
  • ISBN13 978-0444829993
  • Language English
  • Author G. Pfurtscheller,F. H. Lopes da Silva
  • Publisher Elsevier; 1 edition (September 7, 1999)
  • Pages 406
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The editors and contributors for this book present a work which familiarizes the reader with a new wave of EEG research: the exploration of event-related desynchronization and synchronization. The domain of ERD and ERS has transcended its original somatosensorimotor realm and comprizes now the whole domain of afferent systems and, furthermore, the great new challenge to modern EEG, i.e. neurocognitive functions. Movement research as such has also found a new tool for further progress in the use of ERD and ERS. This brings us to diseases of motor systems and hence to the field of clinical neurology. In this manner, this eminent work will give a strong boost to neuroresearch and offers new thoughts to the understanding and treatment of motor diseases.

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Advances in Clinical Neurophysiology is not simply a handbook of neurophysiology. Event-related spectral perturbation (ERSP) quantifies the degree to which the amplitude of a particular frequency band of ongoing EEG attenuates or enhances in response to a stimulus event, which is termed event-related desynchronization (ERD) or synchronization (ERS), respectively.