IPEG Special Issue "Pharmaco-EEG, Pharmaco-Sleep and EEG-Based Personalized Medicine"; Vol. 72, No. 3-4, 2015; Issue release date: February 2016

Go to the Homepage Neuropsychobiology with free access to this issue


Guidelines for the recording and evaluation of pharmaco-sleep studies in man - International Pharmaco-EEG Society (IPEG).

Jobert M, Wilson FJ, Roth T, Ruigt GSF,· Anderer P, · Drinkenburg WHIM, et al.
Neuropsychobiology 2013;67:127-167

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Guidelines for the recording and evaluation of pharmaco-EEG data in man - International Pharmaco-EEG Society (IPEG).

Jobert M, Wilson FJ, Ruigt GSF, Brunovsky M, Prichep LS, Drinkenburg WHIM, et al.
Neuropsychobiology 2012; 66:201-220.

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Abstracts of the 17th Biennial IPEG Conference (2012) in New York, USA

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Abstracts of the 16th Biennial IPEG Conference (2010) in Prague, Czech Republic

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Essentials and Applications of EEG Research in Preclinical and Clinical Pharmacology.

W.H.I.M. Drinkenburg, G.S.F. Ruigt and M. Jobert, Editors. Unipublish Verlag für Studium & Praxis, Berlin, 2004. ISBN 3-938212-00-4

A copy of this book can be ordered by sending an email to info@IPEG-society.org

 


Other guidelines edited by the IPEG:

 

1. IPEG Guideline on statistical design and analysis for pharmacodynamic trials (1998)

2. Guidelines for the recording and evaluation of pharmaco-EEG data in animal (in preparation)


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