The significance of individual differences in the Berger rhythm

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The significance of individual differences in the Berger rhythm
Authors: Frederick Lemere
Citation: Brain 59 (3): 366-375. 1936
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DOI: 10.1093/brain/59.3.366.
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The significance of individual differences in the Berger rhythm is a study on the alpha wave.

The paper is summarize by G. W. T. H. Fleming in The British Journal of Psychiatry:[1] "The alpha wave are not affected by time of day, spacing of the trials, mood, degree of tiredness, physical type of subject, sex, intelligence or type of memory". Also for mental disorders it is summerized: Mildly manic or depressed and schizophrenic patients have an stronger alpha.

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  1. http://bjp.rcpsych.org/content/84/349/413.3.short
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