Letter from Molly Brazier to William Grey Walter, 16 June 1947
- part of archive:
- Papers relating to the clinical and experimental neuroscientific work carried out at the Burden Neurological Institute
Reports on the Atlantic City meeting of the American E.E.G. Society and offers to present Jack Kershman's ideas on the placement of electrodes to the British group. Notes that her presentation on the frequency analyser was attacked by "our friend from Chicago" but claims that he received no support from the floor. Handwritten addenda notes her difficulties in achieving a bias voltage of 0.8 volts on both Annie's oscillator and integrator valves.