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Need help finding abstract - Zinn's qEEG study presented at Stanford

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by hystericalwoman, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. Try as I might, I cannot find where their study was published or if it was even published. I cannot find the abstract on Pubmed, Co-cure, or any blogs that came out during the Stanford Symposium last spring. It is the one that found patients emitting delta waves during the daytime, among other findings.

    I am going in for a daytime study at the sleep clinic in a couple weeks, which is testing for narcolepsy. I doubt I have narcolepsy, but I would like to show the Zinns' research to the sleep specialist. My expectations are low, and I'm doubtful it will make much impact on him, but it may at least be of interest.

    The name of the study is EEG Peak Alpha Frequency is Associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Case-Control Observational Study Marcie Zinn, Ph.D., Mark Zinn, MM, Jose Maldonado, MD

    If anyone can help me find this study I would appreciate it. At this point it is more out of curiosity than anything... why can't I find any links to it?
  2. Denise

    Denise Senior Member

  3. ericaverr


    You may contact the Zinns directly at or call Mark at (925) 895-7388 (California)

    The study is not published, but he may be able to give you his presentation notes.

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