last updated: 4/6/2001



Dr. Tenke has worked as a Research Scientist in the Psychophysiology Laboratory since the early 1980s. After his undergraduate work on event-related potentials (ERPs) in macaques at SUNY Stony Brook, he studied the spectral correlates of brainstem stimulation in the limbic system of the rat as a graduate student at CUNY, and the intracranial generators of sensory, motor and discriminative ERPs in macaques as a post-doctorate at the Department of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He remains a collaborator and consultant for some of these animal studies. While his full time work at NYSPI concerns all aspects of ERP and EEG studies in clinical populations, Dr. Tenke maintains a keen interest in the implementation of mathematical and statistical models to describe electrophysiological components and generators, including source localization and technical algorithms.


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