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electromyographic

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  • adjective Using electromyography

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Examples

  • They "predicted that power-motivated participants would exhibit higher levels of electromyographic activity in the brow supercilii when confronted by a negative audience reaction to their speech".

    Improbable research: furrowed eyebrows for the power-hungry

  • When stimulation intensity was increased in parietal areas, participants believed they had really performed these movements, although no electromyographic activity was detected.

    Deric Bownds - A new brain correlate of intention

  • For his experiment, Ravajas took 36 gamers and wired them up with several sensors that minutely recorded their emotional states, including electromyographic activity in key facial muscles and skin conductance levels.

    Commentary: Gamers Get Their Kicks From Dying

  • For his experiment, Ravajas took 36 gamers and wired them up with several sensors that minutely recorded their emotional states, including electromyographic activity in key facial muscles and skin conductance levels.

    Gamers Get Their Kicks From Dying

  • Moreover, electromyographic data and fiber-optic films revealed abnormally high tension levels in the laryngeal speech muscles and distorted activity of the vocal folds whether stuttering occurred or not.

    Knotted Tongues

  • Moreover, electromyographic data and fiber-optic films revealed abnormally high tension levels in the laryngeal speech muscles and distorted activity of the vocal folds whether stuttering occurred or not.

    Knotted Tongues

  • Designed by Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design graduate Pedro Nakazato Andrade, "Bones" is an orthopedic cast concept that harbors electromyographic sensors that reads muscle activity around your fracture.

    Gizmodo

  • A diagnosis of LEMS is generally made on the basis of clinical symptoms, electromyographic testing and the presence of autoantibodies against voltage gated calcium channels.

    Medindia Health News

  • A diagnosis of LEMS is generally made on the basis of clinical symptoms, electromyographic testing and the presence of autoantibodies against voltage gated calcium channels.

    Medindia Health News

  • In 2001, Sapsford conducted an electromyographic study of the effects of contraction of trunk stabilising muscles on activity of the pelvic floor muscles

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