By Marc J. Kaufman
Harvard scientific college, Boston, MA. entire figuring out of the tools and effects acquired with medical neuroimaging reviews of substance abuse. For psychiatrists, radiologists, neurologists, psychologists, and lawyers. Examines popular neuropsychological checks. DNLM: Substance-Related Disorders--diagnosis.
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By independently adjusting the ﬁlter settings, the experimenter determines the “bandwidth” of the ampliﬁer, and only activity within the desired frequencies is recorded. 5–70 Hz). It is important to note, however, that even though ﬁlters eliminate most of the activity in unwanted frequencies, artifacts that occur within the frequencies of interest are not eliminated by the ﬁlters and are passed on to the EEG record. Methods for avoiding these types of artifacts are described in detail later on in the chapter.
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1984; Johnson and Donchin, 1985). UTILITY OF EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESEARCH The non-invasive and objective quality of ERPs makes this electrophysiological technique a promising method for investigating drug-induced changes in cognitive function. Because ERPs are sensitive to both biological and psychological manipulations, and they permit a simultaneous observation of electrophysiology and cognition, they can provide useful information about the neurophysiological basis of altered states of consciousness (Roth, 1977; Shagass, 1980).
Brain Imaging in Substance Abuse. Research, Clinical and Forensic Applns by Marc J. Kaufman