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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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It was through Brainwave that Natalie, from Southport, first met Olly Murs, who has been a patron of the charity for eight years.
Magnetoencephalography, which records magnetic activity from neurons, was used to monitor the children's brainwaves during the task.
It can sometimes take a few sessions for the brain to get used to following the specific frequencies, but usually you will be able to find yourself in a targeted brainwave state the very first time you listen.
If Brainwave ever gets to the market, it could help novice drivers smooth out their ride, and thus enjoy it more, says Gheorghe.
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.
With a centre located in Witham, just a few miles from Global Marines Chelmsford base, Brainwave aims to improve mobility, communication skills and learning potential through a range of therapies for children with physical, sensory, learning, cognitive and behavioural difficulties.
Number of GNRs I've taken part in: 0 Sponsor me: http://www.gofundme.com/GNRforNBWA Victoria running to support the Northern Brainwave Appeal for Antony Crerar after his brain tumour operations at the RVI, Newcastle
During the last few years more brainwave research devices appeared [30].
A special EEG monitor(amplifier) and software is set up with a computer: Electrodes are placed on the scalp to record brainwave activity.
Originally filmed for display on the internet, Brainwave is a documentary series now available on DVD, featuring the testimonies of celebrities (including actors, musicians, comedians, choreographers, filmmakers, artists, and authors) and cutting-edge neuroscientists in a bid to better understand just how the human mind works.
The First Three Years Last Forever, a DVD produced by the Brainwave Trust (www.brainwave trust.org.nz), shows how loving relationships in the first three years of life affect brain development.
Each track is enhanced with Aural-Sync[TM] brainwave entrainment technology to either four, five, six, or seven cycles per second, the theta brainwave frequencies that are associated with deep meditation, heightened creativity, and enhanced healing.
Firm appoints two charity partners Shoosmiths has elected Brainwave and Macmillan Cancer Support as its new charity partners.