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A Model for Relating Ripples in the EEG Power Spectral Density to Transient Patterns of Brain Electrical Activity Induced by Subcortical Spiking

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1 Author(s)
Bernard Saltzberg ; Texas Research Institute of Mental Sciences, Houston, TX 77030.

A method for identification of time-locked deep brain potentials from the EEG is described. The analysis shows that the reciprocal of the frequency interval between ripples in the EEG power spectral density is proportional to the time between depth spikes.

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IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  (Volume:BME-23 ,  Issue: 4 )