EEG-doubt, part 2: The Partially Vegetative State

This neurological controversy in The Lancet has also been discussed in Slashdot and by bloggers including Neuroskeptic. Here, via Medscape.

I personally think that the clinical boundaries between the vegetative state and partially conscious states are vague and variable enough so this controversy may well continue regardless of our statistical models.

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