William Grey Walter, 'Frontal Lobe Function in Sensory Processing in Man' (1964)
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- Papers relating to the clinical and experimental neuroscientific work carried out at the Burden Neurological Institute
- Walter, William Grey
Prepared for the Lord Adrian Celebration Meeting in March 1964. Outlines a study of non-specific responses to sensory stimulation revealed through chronically implanted electrodes. Three photographs of EEG recordings included to demonstrate contingent negative variation (CNV).