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- n. Alternative spelling of electroencephalography.
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By combining different measures of brain activity -- positron emission tomography, functional magnetic resonance imaging and electro-encephalography -- scientists for the first time can see how aging brain regions, designed to work in unison like the interlocking innards of an expensive watch, fail to mesh swiftly and smoothly.
New York University social psychologist David Amodio studied the neural activity of liberal and conservative frames of mind using electro-encephalography.