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From: Autism, spectrum or clusters? An EEG coherence study

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Standard EEG Electrode Names and Positions. Legend: Head in vertex view, nose above, left ear to left. EEG electrodes: Z: Midline: FZ: Midline Frontal; CZ: Midline Central; PZ: Midline Parietal; OZ: Midline Occipital. Even numbers, right hemisphere locations; odd numbers, left hemisphere locations: Fp: Frontopolar; F: Frontal; C: Central; T: Temporal; P: Parietal; O: Occipital. The standard 19, 10–20 electrodes are shown as black circles. An additional subset of five, 10–10 electrodes are shown as open circles. This figure was first published in a 2012 autism manuscript by the current authors [27] and is shown with permission of these authors and publisher, BMC Medicine

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