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This is the fourth in the series of Atlases by F. A. and Erna L. Gibbs on human electroencephalography. The first, published in 1941, described the normal electroencephalogram (EEG). The present volume is the third in a series which describes the changes in the EEG which occur in disease and disordered states of cerebral functioning. It is an extension and elaboration of the material presented in volumes 1 and 2 and is based upon the authors' wide experience in the twelve years since the appearance of Volume 2. It deals mainly with conditions that are classified as nonepileptic but it is stated in the introduction that many of the supposedly nonepileptic conditions are complicated by or associated with subclinical or masked forms of epilepsy.
In the preface the authors state that the EEG gives evidence with regard to the functional activity of the brain but that changes in the EEG
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