Diane Swick, Ph.D. - Director

Victoria Ashley, M.A.

Timothy Justus, Ph.D.

Jary Larsen, Ph.D.

Nikki Honzel, Ph.D.

     
           
             
  Hans Berger is often regarded as the father of modern electrophysiology. In 1929, he published the first recording of scalp electrical activity in man, from his own son, Klaus. He coined the term electroencephalography (EEG).          
             

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