magnetoencephalograph


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magnetoencephalograph

An obsolete device used to record the brain’s magnetic field, which is identical topographically to the ionic field recorded by the electroencephalograph
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magnetoencephalograph

Neurobiology A device used to study electromagnetic impulses in the cerebral cortex. See Binding problem.
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The sophisticated machine, known as a magnetoencephalograph, or MEG scanner, will be able to monitor where thought and speech functions take place in the brain.
Experiment 3 used a magnetoencephalograph (MEG) to attempt to detect anomalous signals in the brain when a remote stimulus was present.
Temporal characteristics of human taste judgements as calibrations for gustatory event-related potentials and gustatory magnetoencephalographs. Chemical Senses, 30, 228-234.