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2015 | 26 | 104 | 153-154
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The electroencephalography (EEG ): clocks, clouds and the sense of healing

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This article, in fact inspired by another example of the graphic work by Veit Krenn, very briefly highlights the psychologic, symbolic value of the EEG as a technical procedure and offers a view on healing as the act of liberating patients from the boundaries that illness sets.
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104
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153-154
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  • Department of Neurology and Neurophysiology, Hospital of the Brothers of Mercy, Nordallee 1-3, Trier, Germany, c.klawe@bk-trier.de
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  • MVZ Zentrum für Histologie, Zytologie und Molekulare Diagnostik Wissenschaftspark Trier, Max-Planck- Str. 5, Trier, Germany
References
  • 1. Berger, Hans. „Über das Elektrenkephalogramm des Menschen.” European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 98.1 (1933): 231-254.
  • 2. Schiff, Steven J., et al. „Fast wavelet transformation of EEG.” Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 91.6 (1994): 442-455.
  • 3. Güler, Nihal Fatma, Elif Derya Übeyli, and İnan Güler. „Recurrent neural networks employing
  • 4. Lyapunov exponents for EEG signals classification.” Expert Systems with Applications 29.3 (2005): 506-514.
  • 5. Popper, Karl Raimund, and John Carew Eccles. The self and its brain. Vol. 977. Berlin: Springer International, 1977.
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