The induced rhythmic oscillations of neural activity in the human brain

Cvetkovic, D, Cosic, I and Djuwari, D 2004, 'The induced rhythmic oscillations of neural activity in the human brain', in Biomedical Engineering, Innsbruck, 16-18 February 2004.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title The induced rhythmic oscillations of neural activity in the human brain
Author(s) Cvetkovic, D
Cosic, I
Djuwari, D
Year 2004
Conference name International Conference on Biomedical Engineering
Conference location Innsbruck
Conference dates 16-18 February 2004
Proceedings title Biomedical Engineering
Publisher ACTA Press
Place of publication Calgary
Abstract The effects of different induced extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic field, audio (binaural-beat), visual (light flashes) and combination of audio and visual rhythms at the various electroencephalographic (EEG) rhythms were investigated. These experimental findings suggest that EEG activity under exposure to EMF 0.174mT (8.33Hz) sinusoidal low intensity EMF exhibited a substantial decrease in delta and theta bands and prove that there is a slight transition from beta to alpha band from beta-alpha ratio calculations of the Energy Spectral Density. During the visual and audio visual stimulation at alpha rhythms (i.e. 13-7.5Hz) a possible entrainment on overall EEG activity was elicited by substantial increase and decrease in spectral energy levels.
Subjects Biomedical Instrumentation
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