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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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83Hz corresponds to the alpha brain wave, which ranges from seven to 14 cycles per second.
The increase in alpha-2-beta brain waves during explicit learning "could reflect the building of a model of the task," Miller explains.
Caption: While sleeping, this Australian dragon shows brain wave patterns similar to those of slumbering birds and mammals.
Higher slow-frequency amplitude (7, 8, or 9 Hz) brain waves (while an individual's eyes are closed) are associated with greater vividness and imagery skills than lower amplitude brain waves (Wilson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson et al.
8220;As the use of brain waves trends upward, we will see more chances to strengthen our brains, explore the depths of our minds, and provide access to individuals who have previously lost the ability.
For example, Cameron Shields, 10, of Hagersville, who attended his local Brain Waves program last summer, learned new ways to interact with his grandfather Bryan who was diagnosed with a form of dementia called Pick's disease.
Information about brain waves is collected by a headset and sent to the smartphone via a Bluetooth connection, after which the app uses algorithms to analyze the status of a brain.
The hope is that imagined words can be uncovered by "reading" the brain waves they produce.
Brain waves tend to synchronize with visual, sound, and/or electrical impulses, resonating to the same frequency as the transmitted pulse.
Using neuro-feedback to add depth and accuracy to counseling in general requires an understanding of the basic brain waves used in NF: delta, theta, alpha, beta, and gamma.
This may be why persons with long-term lack of sleep, or abnormal brain waves during deep sleep, often have low magnesium in their blood.
Damascus, (SANA)- This finding is one of the first to show that brain waves directly influence behavior, and it could lead to new treatments for Parkinson's disease and other disorders that affect movement.