Berger, Hans

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Hans, German neurologist, 1873-1941.
Berger rhythm - a wave pattern in the encephalogram in the frequency band of 8 to 13 Hz. Synonym(s): alpha rhythm; Berger wave
Berger wave - Synonym(s): Berger rhythm
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If I cite the experience of Hans Berger, given above, nearly 80% of the auditorium is convinced that Berger's personal evidence is acceptable, and they wonder why scientists still have problems accepting this.
But I want to emphasize here that I believe that Hans Berger was certainly not one of these, nor the other two great Hanses in German parapsychology, namely, Hans Driesch and Hans Bender.
The German psychiatrist Hans Berger (1873-1941) thought the same might be done for the brain.