This includes sLORETA Z-Scores referenced to an internationally recognized database of normal EEGs from the Brain Research Laboratories (BRL) of New York University Medical Center. This allows the computation of Z-Scores for 6,239 brain voxels, computed from live or retrospective EEG records using 19 channels of surface EEG. Each voxel produces a Z-Score (0=normal) indicating the statistical deviation of that voxel deviates from the age expected normal values. This provides a rapid and accurate imaging technique, useful for assessment and evaluation as well as for neurofeedback. Before implementation of the normative equations careful consideration is taken to equate amplifiers.
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