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This sausage-shaped part of your brain causes out-of-body experiences

Brains on!  Mystery Sound Extravaganza.

Stethescope detects epileptic seizures: Forbes/Wolfe Emerging Tech Report

Listening in on Seizures: Science Friday

Hearing a Seizure's Song: Discover Magazine

How we see faces with our brains: Excerpt from TEDx talk in Ankara Turkey 2013

Stanford team helps woman battle epileptic seizures: ABC

A Rare Glimpse into the Human Brain

Epilepsy reveals the brain in action: KQED

Many of us know what a seizure looks like, but do you know what a seizure sounds like? NBC

Argentina: las bases neurales de la regulación de la conducta. [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3] [Part 4]

Sounds of a seizure: The patient whose brainwaves you are hearing is sitting quietly in bed and is NOT having a convulsive seizure. Around 0:20, the patient's seizure starts in the right hemisphere, and the patient is talking and acting normally. Around 1:50, the left hemisphere starts seizing while the right is in a post-ictal state. The patient is mute and confused. At 2:20 both hemispheres are in the post-ictal state. Patient is looking around, still confused, trying to pick at things, and get out of bed.

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