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- n. Plural form of electroencephalograph.
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By scanning the database for 154 inventions created between 1800 and 1960, from microwave ovens to electroencephalographs, we found that the more recent innovations took far less time to become widely adopted.
Using electroencephalographs, he measures brain waves, then uses computers to create a map of the subconscious and various human impulses, such as anger or the sex drive.
At the outset, all volunteers were tested with EEGs, or electroencephalographs, in which electrodes were placed on the scalp to collect brain wave information.
After taking thousands of photographs, Dr. Frederick Bell of NASA determined there is a correlation between Kirlian photos and such medical processes as blood tests, barium x-rays, and electroencephalographs.
York University professor Stuart Shanker uses electroencephalographs (EEGs) that look at the dorsal and ventral sides of the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) of the child's brain.