PMID: 4161317Jan 1, 1966Paper

Relations between EEG phenomena and potentials of single cortical cells. I. Evoked responses after thalamic and erpicortical stimulation

Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology
O D CreutzfeldtH D Lux


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