Dissection and analysis of electroencephalograms of subjects doing a simulated pilot's task.
Lashbrook, Daniel Floyd
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A method for dissecting and analyzing electroencephalograms for the presence of any distinctive characteristics is presented. Data are presented which strongly indicate the presence of a preferred frequency, in the 70 - 95 Hz range, that is a characteristic of the performance of a simulated aircraft pilot's task. A conclusive test for the presence of wideband noise in the E2G is presented with data to show that wideband noise is a characteristic of myograms. EEGs taken from two closely spaced electrodes located over the motor and premotor areas of the cortex show that tegules in the 70 - 95 Hz band are not simultaneous with the tegules of any other band, except by chance.
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