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Volume 113, Number 10, October 2002

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Transcranial electrical stimulation: significance of fast versus slow charge delivery for intra-operative monitoring
pp. 1532-1535(4)
Authors: Hausmann, O.N.; Min, K.; Boos, N.; Ruetsch, Y.A.; Erni, T.; Curt, A.

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Transcranial magnetic stimulation after pure motor stroke
pp. 1536-1543(8)
Authors: Pennisi, G.; Alagona, G.; Rapisarda, G.; Nicoletti, F.; Costanzo, E.; Ferri, R.; Malaguarnera, M.; Bella, R.

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Preparatory slow potentials and event-related potentials in an auditory cued attention task
pp. 1544-1557(14)
Authors: Golob, E.J.; Pratt, H.; Starr, A.

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The auditory C-process of spectral profile analysis
pp. 1558-1565(8)
Authors: Jones, S.J.; Perez, N.

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Role of human SII cortices in sensorimotor integration
pp. 1573-1578(6)
Authors: Inoue, K.; Yamashita, T.; Harada, T.; Nakamura, S.

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Effects of attention, distraction and sleep on CO2 laser evoked potentials related to C-fibers in humans
pp. 1579-1585(7)
Authors: Qiu, Y.; Inui, K.; Wang, X.; Tran, T.D.; Kakigi, R.

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Magnetoencephalographic study of speed-dependent responses in apparent motion
pp. 1586-1597(12)
Authors: Bakardjian, H.; Uchida, A.; Endo, H.; Takeda, T.

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Arousal, EEG spectral power and pulse transit time in UARS and mild OSAS subjects
pp. 1598-1606(9)
Authors: Poyares, D.; Guilleminault, C.; Rosa, A.; Ohayon, M.; Koester, U.

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Sleep/wake cycles in the dark: sleep recorded by polysomnography in 26 totally blind subjects compared to controls
pp. 1607-1614(8)
Authors: Leger, D.; Guilleminault, C.; Santos, C.; Paillard, M.

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The effects of normal aging on sleep spindle and K-complex production
pp. 1615-1622(8)
Authors: Crowley, K.; Trinder, J.; Kim, Y.; Carrington, M.; Colrain, I.M.

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Acute mobile phone operation affects neural function in humans
pp. 1623-1632(10)
Authors: Croft, R.J.; Chandler, J.S.; Burgess, A.P.; Barry, R.J.; Williams, J.D.; Clarke, A.R.

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Assessment of postoperative sedation level with spectral EEG parameters
pp. 1633-1639(7)
Authors: Ypparila, H.; Korhonen, I.; Westeren-Punnonen, S.; Musialowicz, T.; Partanen, J.; Ruokonen, E.

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Is 'gamma' (40 Hz) synchronous activity disturbed in patients with traumatic brain injury?
pp. 1640-1646(7)
Authors: Slewa-Younan, S.; Green, A.M.; Baguley, I.J.; Felmingham, K.L.; Haig, A.R.; Gordon, E.

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Correlation between spectral EEG parameters and intelligence test variables in school-age children
pp. 1647-1656(10)
Authors: Schmid, R.G.; Tirsch, W.S.; Scherb, H.

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