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electroencephalograph

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An instrument that measures electrical potentials on the scalp and generates a record of the electrical activity of the brain.

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  • noun neurology An instrument used for recording of electrical brain activity.

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  • noun medical instrument that records electric currents generated by the brain

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Examples

  • Using a new test called the electroencephalograph, the study measured the electrical activity in the brain, and sought to deduce character from the squiggles.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • Using a new test called the electroencephalograph, the study measured the electrical activity in the brain, and sought to deduce character from the squiggles.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • Using a new test called the electroencephalograph, the study measured the electrical activity in the brain, and sought to deduce character from the squiggles.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • Using a new test called the electroencephalograph, the study measured the electrical activity in the brain, and sought to deduce character from the squiggles.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • Using a new test called the electroencephalograph, the study measured the electrical activity in the brain, and sought to deduce character from the squiggles.

    Adrian Monck

  • Using a new test called the electroencephalograph, the study measured the electrical activity in the brain, and sought to deduce character from the squiggles.

    Adrian Monck

  • Using a new test called the electroencephalograph, the study measured the electrical activity in the brain, and sought to deduce character from the squiggles.

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  • A team led by Dr Lakhmir Chawla used an electroencephalograph (EEG), a device that measures brain activity, in seven terminally ill people to provide pain-relieving sedation.

    Scientists Believe a Near-Death Experience is the Last Gasp of a Dying Brain | Impact Lab

  • In 2007 the duo built a body-heat powered electroencephalograph device that monitored brain activity.

    Turning Body Heat Into Electricity

  • The long history of the brain's depiction, from the first raw sketches of antiquity, through early electroencephalograph EEG recordings, to the abstract art of modern-day scanners is charted in the newly published Portraits of the Mind – from which a selection of images are shown here – by Carl Schoonover, a doctoral student in neurobiology at Columbia University in New York.

    The human brain unravelled

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