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Genetics and the Electroencephalogram [electronic resource]

  • Vogel, Friedrich. author.
  • 2000
Genetics and the Electroencephalogram [electronic resource]
  • Data Type
    Book
  • Title/Author
    Genetics and the Electroencephalogram[electronic resource] / by Friedrich Vogel.
  • Author
    Vogel, Friedrich., author.
  • Authors
    SpringerLink (Online service)
  • Phy Desc.
    XII, 244 p. 112 illus. : online resource.
  • Contents Note
    1 The Problem -- 1.1 The Purpose of This Book -- 1.2 Disturbances Leading to Disease -- 1.3 Molecular Mechanisms of Some Hereditary Types of Epilepsy -- 1.4 Possible Significance of These Studies for Genetic Analysis of the Human EEG -- 2 The Human EEG: General Aspects -- 2.1 History -- 2.2 EEG Recording -- 2.3 EEG Evaluation -- 2.4 The ?쏯ormal??Human EEG -- 2.5 The EEG in Childhood and Youth -- 2.6 EEG Changes with Advancing Age, I -- 2.7 EEG Differences Between Men and Women -- 2.8 Changes in the EEG with Advancing Age, II -- 2.9 Effects of Drugs on the EEG -- 2.10 The EEG and Somatic Diseases -- 3 Genetic Studies: Twin Studies -- 3.1 General Remarks on the Twin Method -- 3.2 The First EEG Twin Studies -- 3.3 Our Own EEG Twin Studies -- 3.4 The EEG in Aging Twins -- 3.5 Studies on Twins Reared Apart -- 3.6 Alpha Attenuation Response -- 3.7 More Recent Twin Studies in Which Methods of Computerized EEG Analysis Are Used -- 3.8 Specific Problems to Be Studied by Comparison of Twins -- 3.9 Conclusions from EEG Twin Studies -- 4 Family Studies on the Normal EEG -- 4.1 Family Studies of the Normal EEG: First Attempts and Various Approaches -- 4.2 EEG Variants and Their Genetic Analysis -- 4.3 The ?쏬ow-Voltage EEG??and Its Borderline Cases -- 4.4 Linkage Study -- 4.5 Fast (16-19 c/s) Alpha Variants -- 4.6 The 4-5 c/s Rhythm -- 4.7 Monomorphic Alpha Waves -- 4.8 The EEG with Prominent Beta Waves -- 4.9 EEG Variants with Groups of Beta Waves with a Maximum in Frontoprecentral Leads -- 4.10 The EEG with Diffuse Beta Waves -- 4.11 Other Family Studies Using Methods of Quantitative, Biometrical Methods -- 4.12 EEG Variants and Dopamine ?-Hydroxylase Values in the Blood -- 5 Event-Related (Evoked) EEG Potentials -- 5.1 Principle and Methods -- 5.2 Twin and Family Studies -- 5.3 The Effect of the Resting EEG, Especially Hereditary EEG Variants, on Parameters of Evoked Potentials -- 6 The Normal Human EEG as a Research Tool in Human Behavior Genetics -- 6.1 General Introduction to the Problem -- 6.2 The EEG and Normal Psychology: General Considersations -- 6.3 EEG Alpha Activity and Intelligence -- 6.4 Variants of the Normal EEG and Personality: Concepts and Data -- 6.5 Variation in the Normal EEG: Performance and Personality: Results -- 6.6 An Attempt at Characterization of EEG Variants Based on Test Results -- 6.7 ?쏞ognitive Styles??and EEG Variants -- 6.8 Possible Neurophysiological Mechanisms -- 6.9 A Possible Function of EEG Waves, Especially Alpha Waves -- 6.10 Earlier Attempts at Connecting Neurophysiological Mechanisms with Aspects of Personality -- 6.11 Results of Our Psychological Studies in the Light of Neurophysiological Evidence -- 6.12 Critical Evaluation on the Results About EEG Characteristics and Normal Psychology: What Can Be Regarded as Confirmed, What Is Likely, and What Is Hypothetical and Could Be Clarified by Further Research? -- 6.13 Psychological Observations on Carriers of the 4-5 c/s Rhythm -- 6.14 EEG and Normal Psychological Development in Childhood -- 6.15 Visual and Auditory Evoked EEG Potentials and Mental Performance -- 7 EEG Variation in Psychologically Borderline Conditions such as Alcoholism, Anxiety Disorders, and Certain Neurotic States, Psychiatric Disorders -- 7.1 Alcoholism and the Resting EEG -- 7.2 Alcoholism and Evoked EEG potentials -- 7.3 The Low-Voltage EEG in Relation to Anxiety Disorders -- 7.4 Psychopathy and Delinquiency -- 7.5 Other Types of ?쏛bnormal??and ?쏯eurotic??Behavior: Psychosomatic Complaints -- 7.6 The EEG in Behavioral Anomalies of Children and Youth -- 7.7 Affective Disorders -- 7.8 Schizophrenia -- 8 The EEG in Hereditary Anomalies and Diseases -- 8.1 Syndromes Caused by Chromosomal Aberrations -- 8.2 Hereditary Diseases Caused by Gene Mutations -- 8.3 Hereditary EEG Variants Suggesting a Higher Suceptibility for Epilepsy.
  • Topical Term
    Medicine.
    Human genetics.
    Internal medicine.
    Neurology.
    Medicine & Public Health.
    Neurology.
    Human Genetics.
    Internal Medicine.
  • Host Item
    Springer eBooks
  • Additional Item
    Printed edition: 9783540655732
  • ISBN
    9783642570407
  • Language
    English