he was later by the fame it eventually brought upon him. However his main contribution to medicine and neurology was the systematic study of the electrical activity of human brain and the development of electroencephalography (EEG following the pioneering work done by Richard Caton (18421926) in England with animals. For utnytte bakhonvirket, smfallent virke og nedklasset virke bygde han en wallboardfabrikk, som kom i gang 1942. Ret etter gikk han p Jnsberg landbruksskole. Dette frte selvflgelig til forbitrelse blant sagbruksarbeidere og eiere p Nordmre og i Namsos, som hadde Vestlandet som en viktig avtaker. Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Klinische Neurophysiologie - dkgn (Deutsche EEG-Gesellschaft). Hans-Berger-Preis edit Hans-Berger-Preis is awarded triennially by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Klinische Neurophysiologie (German Society of Clinical Neurophysiology) for long-standing, extensive academic work in theoretical or clinical neurophysiology. (2001 "Hans Berger: From Psychic Energy to the EEG Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 44 (4. . 1904 begynte han p amtsskolen i Ringsaker.
Of Illinois at Chicago. 10 Having visited the EEG laboratory at Jena in 1935, American roboticist William Grey Walter noted that Berger: was not regarded by his associates as in the front rank of German psychiatrists, having rather the reputation of being a crank. 1910 ble han ansatt i Saugbruksforeningen, hvor han hadde ansvaret for tmmerdrifter p Romerike. Journal of Child Neurology. In 1924, Berger succeeded in recording the first human electroencephalogram (EEG). Tmmeret ble skret p mobilsager ute i skogene. Moreover, official records at the University of Jena dating from the 1930s proved that Berger had served on the Erbgesundheitsgericht (Court for Genetic Health) that imposed sterilizations while his diaries contained anti-Semitic comments. Maskinene var nye og avanserte,. After attending, casimirianum, where he gained his abitur in 1892, Berger enrolled as a mathematics student at the.