Electroencephalogram preferred frequency response signature to skilled motor functions
Cornett, Billy, II
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The past accomplishments, in the investigations of the human electroencephalogram, of the Naval Postgraduate School are reviewed. Experimental methods necessary for the location, analysis, and display of data pertinent to the preferred frequencies of individuals involved in a task are discussed. Biofeedback is investigated and its possible effect on the electroencephalogram is presented. Correlation between signals of various cortical locations is discussed. An electroencephalogram response signature in the preferred frequency region of 70-95 Hz is presented.
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