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The polar average reference effect : a bias in estimating the head surface integral in EEG recording

The polar average reference effect : a bias in estimating the head surface integral in EEG recording

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JUNGHÖFER, Markus, Thomas ELBERT, Don M. TUCKER, Christoph BRAUN, 1999. The polar average reference effect : a bias in estimating the head surface integral in EEG recording. In: Clinical Neuropsychology. 110, pp. 1149-1155

@article{Junghofer1999polar-11365, title={The polar average reference effect : a bias in estimating the head surface integral in EEG recording}, year={1999}, doi={10.1016/S1388-2457(99)00044-9}, volume={110}, journal={Clinical Neuropsychology}, pages={1149--1155}, author={Junghöfer, Markus and Elbert, Thomas and Tucker, Don M. and Braun, Christoph} }

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