History


During meetings in Berlin, organized by Stille and Hermann to develop guidelines for pharmaco-EEG analysis, the IPEG was established in 1980, followed by its first formal meeting in 1982 and the designation of Neuropsychobiology as its official scientific journal.
For a more detailed overview of the history of the IPEG see the Members only pages.

IPEG meetings are held biannually. A list of previous meetings with information can be found on a separate page.

News



Preliminary Programm ZURICH IPEG Meeting 2018

Preliminary Program of 2018 IPEG Meeting is available now!

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EEG-predictors in Major Depression

First EEG-results from the EMBARC study, published in JAMA Psychiatry. Pretreatment Rostral Anterior Cingulate Cortex Theta Activity seems to be associated with Symptom Improvement in Depression. However, the effects seem to be unspecific since they are found in placebo and verum group. The search continues...

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It’s all about timing…

 This report from UC Berkeley highlights age-related decreases in coupling between slow oscillations and sleep spindles during non-REM sleep, correlated with a reduction in the ability of forming new overnight memories.

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