Primer of EEG: With A Mini-Atlas, 1e Paperback – 6 Oct 2003
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Unlike some other EEG books I have come across, this book has plenty of actual EEG images in its mini-atlas. It is hard for the beginner to tell the difference between a Mu rhythm or a PDR just from reading a description. The mini-atlas has examples of normal EEGs, variants, artifacts and abnormal EEGs.
Another strong point is the writing style. Reading this book, you feel as though you have an experienced attending showing you the EEG; you can imagine yourself looking on as he or she teaches.
Finally, I recommend this book because I used it and, on my first day on EEG, the attending told me he was impressed by how much I knew. This book is short and can be read in one-two days. It's worth a couple days of reading to get a compliment from an attending on your first day.
I have since looked at some other good EEG and neurophysiology books, however I haven't found one with such a personable writing style or large atlas. I recommend this as the first book to be read for an EEG rotation.
It is written in a clear and concise way, with emphasis on what one should know of the fundamentals.
I had previously read larger books, but tend to loose track of the basics as I kept on reading them. Not so with this book.
The mini-atlas is useful and suprisingly quite informative.
Recently I attended an EEG workshop and could quite accurately identify most of the EEGs put up.
Overall, definitely recommended!
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