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(1950). Psychosomatic Medicine. XI, 1949: Psychologic Correlations with the Electroencephalogram. L. J. Saul, H. Davis and P. A. Davis. Pp. 361–376.. Psychoanal Q., 19:447-448.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychosomatic Medicine. XI, 1949: Psychologic Correlations with the Electroencephalogram. L. J. Saul, H. Davis and P. A. Davis. Pp. 361–376.

(1950). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 19:447-448

Psychosomatic Medicine. XI, 1949: Psychologic Correlations with the Electroencephalogram. L. J. Saul, H. Davis and P. A. Davis. Pp. 361–376.

Electroencephalograms were recorded over a five-year period on one hundred thirty-six adult patients at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. No appreciable changes which could be attributed either to the lapse of time or to emotional alterations during or following psychoanalysis occurred in the EEG of any individual. Three correlations have been observed: Very 'passive' individuals have A type EEG's with high alpha indices. Women with strong masculine trends have

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B type or low-alpha EEG's. Frustrated, demanding, impatient, aggressive, hostile women have mixed types of EEG. In the entire series of patients there is a preponderance of men who show A type, high-alpha EEG's and a corresponding preponderance of women with mixed types of EEG.

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(1950). Psychosomatic Medicine. XI, 1949. Psychoanal. Q., 19:447-448

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