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Title: Scalp electrical recording during paralysis: Quantitative evidence that EEG frequencies above 20 Hz are contaminated by EMG
Authors: Willoughby, John Osborne
Fronsko, Richard Ronald
Wallace, Angus Keith
Whitham, Emma Mary
Pope, Kenneth
Clark, Christopher Richard
Loveless, Stephen James
Broberg, I Marita
Fitzgibbon, Sean Patrick
Lewis, Trent Wilson
Lillie, Peter
DeLosAngeles, Dylan
Hardy, Andrew
Pulbrook, Alyson
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: Whitham, E.M., Pope, K., Fitzgibbon, S.P., Lewis, T.W., Clark, C.R., Loveless, S.J., Broberg, I.M., Wallace, A.K., DeLosAngeles, D., Lillie, P., et al., 2007. Scalp electrical recording during paralysis: Quantitative evidence that EEG frequencies above 20 Hz are contaminated by EMG. Clinical Neurophysiology, 118(8), 1877-1888.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/10709
ISSN: 1388-2457
Appears in Collections:1109 - Neurosciences

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