By W. R. Klemm
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Affixing Surface Electrodes A. SCALP ELECTRODES AND T H E I R APPLICATION A suitable metal can be attached to tissue, such as the scalp, in such ways as inserting needle electrodes 3 under the skin or by clamping on miniature alligator clips. However, such methods do not take advantage 3 Grass Instrument Company, Quincy, Massachusetts. 42 2. ELECTRODES, CHARACTERISTICS AND USAGE of an electrode-paste bridge, and the electrodes are highly susceptible to movement and artifacts. Tests of platinum subdermal electrodes revealed that they were relatively noisy and prone to produce motion artifact (Klemm, 1968a).
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Animal Electroencephalography by W. R. Klemm