- EEG coherence in post-LSD visual hallucinationsH D Abraham
Department of Psychiatry, Mt Auburn Hospital, 330 Mt Auburn St, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Psychiatry Res 107:151-63. 2001..In HPPD, we speculate that occipital EEG hypersynchrony resulting from increased regional coherence, when coupled with relative isolation of visual cortex, especially upon eye closure, facilitates hallucinations and illusions...
- Stable quantitative EEG difference in post-LSD visual disorder by split-half analysis: evidence for disinhibitionH D Abraham
Department of Psychiatry, Tufts University School of Medicine, New England Medical Center, Boston, MA 02111, USA
Psychiatry Res 67:173-87. 1996..A between-group stepwise discriminant analysis based upon a full set of qEEG measures demonstrated 87% prospective classification success by jackknifing and 88% success in a separate split-half analysis...