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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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This is now known as 'brain entrainment,' which is a method to stimulate the brain into entering specific brain waves by using a pulsing sound, light or electromagnetic field.
What's more, the researchers found, these different types of behavior are accompanied by different patterns of brain waves.
While exhibiting REM-like brain waves, the dragons' eyes flicked, a convincing sign that lizards sleep like mammals, Shein-Idelson says.
According to Sime (2003), brain wave activity with a "sudden upward shift" precedes an intrusive thought.
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 EEG prototype system is an unobtrusive, if odd-looking, hat that starts recording your brain waves.
Tucker said future research will explore whether a standard set of adjustments can be used to refine brain wave data in some people.
Using a CATEEN scanner, linked to a machine measuring brain wave activity, researchers were able to create the images above.
Developed by neuroscientist (brain scientist) Lawrence Farwell at Brain Wave Science in Fairfield, Iowa, the device records the brain's electrical response to crime-scene photos.
To track attention with the EEG, they measured a brain wave that indicates where attention is focused.