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Re: QEEG Research Reports Lorraine

Posted by IsoM on December 14, 2001, at 15:06:56

In reply to QEEG Research Reports, posted by Lorraine on December 14, 2001, at 12:57:10

There's a web-site about your doctor's research called NEUROPHARMACOLOGIC INSTITUTE at

I checked out the CNS Spectrums journal & see no way to access older articles unfortunately. They may on the net but I think you'd need a subscription to those particular journals. I can't even find an abstract of any.

> I was at my pdocs and he had some research reports on the use of QEEGs (Quantitative EEG) to determine meds. Thought they might be of interest--do not know where you can find them on line, but assume the more adventurous can.
> Electrophysiology in Neuropsychiatric Research: A Network Perspective by Georg Winterer, Werner Herrman and Richard Coppola. CNS Specturms 1999;4(8):17-29.
> Neurometric Subgroups in Attentional and Affective Disorders and Their Association with Pharmacotherapeutic Outcome by Stephen C. Suffin and W. Hamlin Emory. Clinical Electroencephalography 1995;26(2): 76-83
> Predictors of Therapeutic Response to Treatments for Depression: A Review of Electrophysiologic and Dichotic Listening Studies. CNS Spectrums 1999; 4(8): 30-36.
> The author of the second article listed, Emory, is my pdoc. The best article is the first one, although they are all interesting.
> Lorraine




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