electroencephalographic love



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  • adj. of or pertaining to electroencephalography or electroencephalographs

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  • adj. of or relating to an electroencephalograph


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electroencephalograph +‎ -ic


  • Yet many patients who meet standard clinical tests for whole-brain death continue to have minor brain functions such as electroencephalographic activity, isolated nests of living neurons, and hypothalamic functioning (see, e.g.,

    The Definition of Death

  • During the testing, students were outfitted with an electrode cap to measure electroencephalographic EEG activity.

    Physical Activity May Strengthen Children’s Ability To Pay Attention | Impact Lab

  • Remote viewing with the artist Ingo Swann: Neuropsychological profile, electroencephalographic correlates, magnetic resonance imagine MRI, and possible mechanics.


  • The following year, the journal Science published its usual array of scientific papers, including a distinctly atypical article entitled “Extrasensory electroencephalographic induction between identical twins.”


  • One of the primary tools of study is electroencephalographic EEG recording of brainwave activity.

    Cell-Level Healing

  • Quantitative electroencephalographic QEEG testing during a healing session with a client sitting in front of Dr. Hawkes.

    Cell-Level Healing

  • Quantitative electroencephalographic QEEG testing done by Juan Acosta-Urquidi, Ph.D., while Dr. Hawkes meditated and sent healing energy to a client three thousand miles away, showed how markedly the synchrony of her brain increased as many parts of the brain came together into phase during healing work.

    Cell-Level Healing

  • The New England Journal of Medicine has reported that electroencephalographic bursts in both hemispheres of the fetal brain can be seen as early as 20 weeks.

    Morality is Objective (And People Are Wrong)

  • Just as a personal computer emits a characteristic sound whenever its central processing unit is transferring information to or from or the hard drive, the human brain emits a characteristic electrical brain wave response, known as a P300 and a MERMER (memory and encoding related multifaceted electroencephalographic response), whenever the subject responds to a known stimulus.

    Brain Fingerprinting - Ruled Admissable

  • And then in the 1950s, late 1950s, the so-called muscle relaxants were developed by pharmacologists, and it got so that you could induce a complete convulsion, an electroencephalographic convulsion -- you could see it on the brain waves -- without causing any convulsion in the body except a little bit of twitching of the toes.

    Sherwin Nuland on electroshock therapy


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