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"We don't know all the answers yet, but the alteration in brain waves
could lead to things like a lack of concentration, memory loss, inability to learn and aggressive behaviour."
The researchers tested the same children at 30, 36, and 42 months of age to further explore the association between the P3 brain wave
What's more, the researchers found, these different types of behavior are accompanied by different patterns of brain waves
People's brain waves
caused a gene to turn on in mice, researchers report November 11 in Nature Communications.
As pairs of guitarists played the same jazz melody in time with each other, their brain waves
became more synchronised, scientists found.
Tucker said future research will explore whether a standard set of adjustments can be used to refine brain wave
data in some people.
may be the means by which a brain unifies disparate areas of activity--a hypothesis in vogue among many cognitive neuroscientists (for example, Francis Crick and Terrence Sejnowski).
Brain fingerprinting, however, monitors brain waves
, electrical signals created by nerve cells, which scientists believe are involuntary, or beyond conscious control.
Two thirds of infants show a characteristic brain wave
pattern for pain and a similar proportion display typical pain behaviour and a moderate pain score.
Whether by coincidence or not, the frequency of 7.83 also happens to be a very powerful frequency used with brain entrainment, as it is associated with low levels of alpha and the upper range of the theta brain wave
In the study, computer scientist Stefan Haufe of the Berlin Institute of Technology and his colleagues measured brain wave
changes while participants drove in a car simulator.