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Three days of the Marseille Colloquium of Sept 1964, organized under the direction of Professor Gastaut, were devoted to discussions of the spontaneous and evoked potentials recorded from the parietal and occipital scalp of normal human subjects. The participants included Bickford, Brazier, Cobb, Creutzfeldt, Gibbs, Hess, Kellaway, Loeb, Pampiglione, Shagass, Tassinari, Walter, and others prominent in the field of electroencephalography. Clearly, this was an auspicious occasion, and one regrets that it is only now, nearly three years later, that a record of these proceedings has become available. Apparently it was only after the meeting that the decision to publish was reached, and the editors were faced with the task of salvaging a coherent account from the raw stenographic records of numerous presentations and discussions which seem, for the most part, to have been rather informal. To accomplish what must have been a difficult task, Gastaut and his co-editors re-n worked
DUVOISIN RC. Les activité electriques cérébrales spontanées et evoquées chez l'homme. Arch Neurol. 1968;18(1):111. doi:10.1001/archneur.1968.00470310125012
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