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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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The synchronized graphs of the two response functions for the eight commercials laid end to end (for illustration purposes only) are shown in Exhibit 2, with the different colored areas highlighting the peaks and valleys of the Picture Sorts[R] function and the brain waves Engagement Index function.
Previously it had been thought that interference with brain waves and brain chemistry stopped when a call ended.
The P3 wave is part of a series of brain waves generated when an individual evaluates and responds to a change in the environment--such as changed cues in a social interaction.
During explicit learning tasks, there was an increase in alpha2-beta brain waves (oscillating at 10-30 hertz) following a correct choice, and an increase delta-theta waves (3-7 hertz) after an incorrect choice.
Fussenegger got the bright idea to use brain waves to control a lightbulb, which would then switch on a gene in a mouse.
Because brain wave data can be processed remotely, the company could provide services to anywhere in the world, and as such is an example of the emerging field of telemedicine.
I do not think that it is a coincidence that the Schumann Resonance of 7.83Hz corresponds to the alpha brain wave, which ranges from seven to 14 cycles per second.
By relying on brain waves that signal the intent to jam on the brakes, a new technology could shave critical milliseconds off the reaction time, researchers report online July 28 in the Journal of Neural Engineering.
Scientists call this "Transcendental Consciousness." A holistic shift in physiological functioning results from the meditator's settled mind, as measured by reduced oxygen consumption, slower heart rate, decreased stress hormones, and increased EEG brain wave coherence.
* Scientists recently reported that brain wave recordings made in newborn infants could predict which of the children would later develop dyslexia.
During that time, tests measured such features as alertness, brain wave patterns, and blood concentrations of hormones.