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I have been interested in doing a research study for some time looking at diagnostic concerns and brainwave patterns. I am in an interesting position to do this because I do approximately 10 psychological evaluations on children and adults every month. I am wondering if you have any brilliant ideas on a way to set this up, making it relatively simple to gather data that could be useful post hoc in comparing patterns to diagnoses. Specifically, I would like to only do a 4 channel hookup and get one recording due to time constraints. This would obviously provide more information than a single electrode at CZ (for example), but where to put them? A lot of the kids I see have ADHD and it would be interesting to examine other patterns, perhaps as it relates to specific behavioral correlates or results of the IVA? Thoughts?