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His complete works
Hans Berger was, perhaps, the greatest of all pioneers. He was the first to record the human EEG, invented the term “Electroencephalography”, and was, of course, also the first to describe the alpha wave rhythm, or Berger Rhythm.
His work paved the way for many great improvements in the field of electroencephalograpy and his discoveries continue to be very important in diagnosing psychiatric disorders and predicting the efficacy of certain medications in their treatment.
For the first time we have collected his work in one convenient archive. It is a valuable resource to researchers and those with a general interest in the history of the EEG, and best of all… it is available to you, for free!
Download all original publications from Hans Berger (from 1900-1938)