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brainwave

A sudden idea or moment of inspiration; a brainstorm. I had a brilliant brainwave last night about how we could end world hunger.
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Brainwaves -- specifically, ones called sleep spindles, are fast bursts of electrical activity produced by neurons mainly during Stage 2 sleep, prior to deep sleep.
Magnetoencephalography, which records magnetic activity from neurons, was used to monitor the children's brainwaves during the task.
It's called binaural beats, or brainwave entrainment, and it helps your brain to go into a particular state of mind very quickly.
Researchers found that brainwaves were more synchronised when the woman's gaze met the infant's.
According to a study conducted by University of Cambridge's Baby-LINC Lab to explore whether infants can synchronise their brainwaves to adults too- and whether eye contact might influence this.
Washington DC [USA], Nov 30 ( ANI ): Dear mothers, making eye contact with your babies can synchronise brainwaves with them, which in turn makes them learn and communicate more easily, finds a recent study.
The Dreem measures the actual brainwaves to work out what's going on inside.
Scientists - who revealed the incredible development in the Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation - also believe it may be possible to send brainwaves back from the legs to the brain, so the patient can feel their legs.
Johnson, "I think, therefore I am: Usability and security of authentication using brainwaves, financial cryptography and data security", Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol.
World-renowned sleep specialist Jason Ellis volunteered to have his brainwaves turned into soundwaves for broadcast on radio.
This Place chief executive Dusan Hamlin said: "The challenge of connecting Google Glass to brainwaves was one we could not resist.
It also contains biofield formulations such as White Light, Golden Mean Energy, Qi, Horizontal Negative Green, Orgone, Alpha, Theta and Delta Brainwaves, Heart Chakra, Heartwaves, Heart-Brain Connection, Heart Signature, Spiritual (Right) Heart Signature and Sacred Geometry - Chestahedron and Star Dodecahedron.
The most consistent observation in Electro Encephalography, a graph of a person's brainwaves, in individuals with autism is a pattern of slow waves, called theta waves in the central, frontal and prefrontal areas.
The app analyzes brainwaves as a phone call comes in, and depending on a person's mental state, reroutes a call.