brain potential

brain po·ten·tial

the electrical charge of the brain as compared with a point on the body; the potential may be steady (DC potential) or may fluctuate at specific frequencies when recorded against time, giving rise to the electroencephalogram.
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Chief Academic Officer for the Institute of Brain Potential and Author of Rewire Your Brain: Think Your Way to a Better Life will receive the 2016 Research Award for his leadership in Brain Based Therapy.
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An event-related brain potential study of explicit face recognition.
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According to her foreign companies come to Bulgaria because of the low-paid work force, but stay because of the brain potential.
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Trafton and Gordon (both Institute for Disease Management, a division of the Institute for Brain Potential, Los Altos, California) present a three-volume Best Practices Series on the prevention and management of unhealthful behavior and chronic disease.
In maximizing brain potential, Jensen explains there must be a contrast in environments for enrichment to occur whether it is for new learning or for those who have been exposed to trauma, abuse, or negative experiences.