electrographic recording

electrographic recording

[i′lek·trə‚graf·ik ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Type of electrography in which the electrostatic image is formed by one or more rows of closely spaced parallel wires to which voltages are applied at appropriate instants to form the desired image charge pattern.
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Behavioral and electrographic recordings in experimentally naive FMUSP-rats.
Digital and 'on-paper' electrographic recordings were taken on a 21 channel Nihon-Kohden electroencephalograph (Neurofax EEG 4400) locked to a personal computer.
Experiment 1: Behavioral and electrographic recordings in experimentally naive FMUSP-rats.