Stress detection utilizing the electroencephalogram.
Fricke, Harold Jean Jr.
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A method of stress detection utilizing the electroencephalogram is presented. Limited discussion on nerve cells and some physiological aspects of stress are discussed. Considerable data is presented which supports a stress detection theory. Methods of stress inducement utilized and the conduct of an electroencephalogram are described. Conclusions and recommendations for future research are submitted.
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