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Selected QEEG Bibliography

Alper, K. (1995). Quantitative EEG and Evoked Potentials in Adult Psychiatry. In J. Panksepp (Ed.), Advances in Biological Psychiatry, Vol. 1, pages 65-112. JAI Press, Greenwich, Connecticut.

Alper, K., Chabot, R., Prichep, L., et al. 1993. Crack cocaine dependence: Discrimination from major depression using QEEG variables. In Imaging of the Brain in Psychiatry and Related Fields. Maurer, K. Berlin, Springer-Verlag. 289-293.

Alvarez, A., Pascual, R., and Valdes, P. 1987. U.S. EEG developmental equations confirmed for Cuban schoolchildren. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 67:330-332.

Cantor, D.S. An Overview of Quantitative EEG and Its Applications to Neurofeedback. In J. Evans (Ed.) Introduction to Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback. New York: Academic Press, 1999.

Cantor, D.S.. Wolff, A., Thatcher, R.W., Gardner, J., and Kammerer, B. Neurophysiological Differences Between Deaf and Hearing Children. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 1986, Vol 8, 2.

Cantor, D.S., Thatcher, R.W., Kaye, H., and Hrybyk, M. Computerized EEG Analyses of Autistic Children. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 1986, 16, 169-187.

Chabot, R., and Serfontein, G. 1996. Quantitative EEG profiles on children with Attention Deficit Disorder. Biological Psychiatry, 40:951-963.

Hughes, J. & John, E. 1999. Conventional and Quantitative Electroencephalography in Psychiatry. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience. 11:2, Spring, 190-208.

John, E., and Prichep, L. 1990. Neurometric studies of aging and cognitive impairment. In The Prefrontal Cortex; Its Structure, Function and Pathology. Progress in Brain Research, Eds., H. Uylings, C.V. Eden, J.D. Bruin, M. Comer, and M. Feenstra, pp. 545-555. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

John, E., Harmony, T., and Valdes-Sosa, P. 1876. The use of statistics in electrophysiology. Handbook of Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, vol. III Computer Analysis of the EEG and other Neurophysiological Signals, Ed., A. Remond, pp. 497-540. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

John, E. Prichep, L., and Almas, M., 1992. Subtyping of psychiatric patients by cluster analysis of QEEG. Brain Topography. 4:321-326.

John, E., Prichep, L., and Almas, M. 199 1. Toward a quantitative electrophysiological classification system in psychiatry. In Biological Psychiatry, Eds., G. Racagai, N., Brunello, and T. Fukuda, pp. 401-406 Amsterdam/London/New York, Exerpta Medica.

John, E., Prichep, L., and Easton, P. 1987. Normative data banks and neurometrics: Basic concepts, methods and results of norms constructions. In Handbook ofElectroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, vol. III, Computer Analysis of the EEG and Other Neurophysiological Signals. Ed., A. Remond, pp. 449-495. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

John, E., Prichep, L., and Valdes-Sosa. 1997. Neurometric EEG classification and subtyping of psychiatric patients. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 103:36.

John, E., Prichep, L., Fridman, J., and Easton, P. 1988a. Neurometrics: Computer assisted differential diagnosis of brain dysfunctions. Science 293: 162-169.

John, E., Prichep, L., Friedman, J., and Easton, P. 1989b. Neurometric topographic mapping of EEG and evoked potential features: Application to clinical diagnosis and cognitive evaluation. In Topographic Brain Mapping ofEEG and Evoked Potentials, Ed., K. Maurer, pp. 90-111. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

John, E., Prichep, L., Friedman, J., and Essig-Peppard, T. 1988b. Neurometric classification of patients with different psychiatric disorders. In Statistics and Topography in Quantitative EEG, Ed., D. Sampson-Dollfus, pp. 88-95, Paris: Elsevier.

John, E., Ahn, H., Prichep, L., Trepetin, M., Brown, D., and Kaye, H. 1980. Developmental equations for the electroencephalogram. Science, 210-:1255-1258.

John, E., Kaye, H., Fridman, J., Prichep, L., and Ahn, H. 1982. Validity, utility and limitations of neurometric evaluation in children. In Event-Related Potentials in Children: Basic Concepts and Clinical Applications. vol. 6: Developments in Neurology, Ed., A. Rothenberger, pp. 11-33. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

John, E., Prichep, L., Ahn, H., Easton, P., Friedman, J., and Kaye, H. 1983. Neurometric evaluation of cognitive dysfunctions and neurological disorders in children. Prog. Neurobiology, 21:239-290.

John, E., Prichep, L., Ahn, H., Kaye, H., Brown, D., Easton, P., Karmel, B., Toro, A., and Thatcher, R. 1989a. Neurometric Evaluation ofBrain function in Normal and Learning Disabled children. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

John, E., Karmel, B., Coming, W., Easton, P., Brown, D., Alm, H., John, M., Harmony, T., Prichep, L., Toro, A., Gerson, L, Bartlett, F., Thatcher, R., Kaye, H., Valdes, P., and Schwartz, E. 1977. Neurometrics: Numerical taxonomy identifies different profiles of brain functions within groups of behaviorally similar people. Science, 196: 1383-1410.

Jonkman, E., Poortveliet, M, Veering, A., de Weerd, W, and John, E. 1985. The use of neurometrics in the study of patients with cerebral ischemia. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 61:333-341.

Mas, F, Prichep, L., John, E. and Levine, R., 1991. Neurometric Q-EEG subtyping of obsessive compulsive disorder. In Imaging of the Brain in Psychiatry and Related Fields, Ed., K. Maurer. BerlinlHeidelberg: Springer- Verlag.

Prichep, L., and John, E. Neurometrics: Clinical applications. In F H. Lopes da Silva, W. Storm van Leeuwen, and A. Remond, Editors, Clinical Applications of Computer Analysis of EEG and Other Neurophysiological Variables, vol. Z of Handbook of Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, pages 153-170, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1986

Prichep, L., and John, E. 1990. 11. Neurometric studies of methylphenidate responders and non-responders. In Perspectives on Dyslexia. vol. I Ed., G. Pavlidis, pp. 133-139. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Prichep, L., John, E., Essig-Peppard, T, and Alper, K. 1990a. Neurometric subtyping of depressive disorders. In Plasticity and Morphology of the Central Nervous System, Eds., C. Cazzullo, G. Invernizzi, E. Sacchettj, andA. Vita, London: MTP. Press.

Prichep, L., John, E., Ferris, B., Reisberg, B., Alper, K., & Cancro, R. 1994. Quantitative EEG correlates of cognitive deterioration in the elderly. Neurobiology of Aging, 15(1): 85-90.

Prichep, L., Alper, K., Kowalik, S., John, E., Merkin, H., Tom, M, and Rosenthal, M, 1996 Quantitative electroencephalographic characteristics of crack cocaine dependence. Biological Psychiatry, 40(10): 986-993

Prichep, L., Mas, F, Hollander, E., Liebowitz, U., John, E., Almas, M., DeCaria, C., and Levine, R. 1993. Quantitative electroencephalographic (QEEG) subtyping of obsessive compulsive disorder. Psychiatric Research, 50(l):25-32.

Thatcher, R., Cantor, D., & McAlaster, R., et al. 19983. Comprehensive predictions of outcome in closed head-injured patients. Annals of the New York Academy ofScience. 82-101.

Thatcher, R., Walker, R., & Gerson, I., et al. (1989). EEG discriminant analyses of mild head trauma. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 73-94106.

Thatcher, R., Moore, N., John, E., Duffy, F., Hughes, J., & Krieger, M. 1999. QEEG and Traumatic Brain Injury: Rebuttal of the American Academy of Neurology 1997 Report by the EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society. Journal of Clinical Electroencephalography. 30:3. 94-98.