Covers the neurological, neurophysiological, and electroencephalographic research of the Burden Neurological Institute, particularly the work of William Grey Walter. Focuses on the theoretical, clinical, technical, and professional aspects of electroencephalography (E.E.G.). Also covers the longer-term institutional history of the Burden Neurological Institute and its origins in the Stoke Park Colony, Bristol. Includes correspondence, research papers, photographs and assorted visual material.
3 linear feet
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