Wavelet-based localization of oscillatory sources from magnetoencephalography
Recent findings from functional MRI scans (fMRI) and magnetoencephalography
(MEG) have suggested the angular gyrus, a region of the brain known to be involved in language, number processing and spatial cognition, memory retrieval and attention, as a potential hub for semantic memory integration, specifically the left angular gyrus.
The various tools available for brain monitoring include electroencephalography (EEG), magnetoencephalography
(MEG) and intracranial pressure monitors.
gt;The researchers used magnetoencephalography
(MEG)machine at the New York University Abu Dhabi's (NYU Abu Dhabi) Neuroscience of Language Lab tomeasure brain activity.
In the fields of medical science and psychology, numerous brain functions have been investigated using neuroimaging technologies including functional magnetic resonance imaging , positron emission tomography , and magnetoencephalography
However, the application of EDAs has been constrained to the analysis of Magnetoencephalography
(MEG) data in the context of multiobjective optimization , an approach with important differences with the one introduced in this paper.
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Studies using magnetoencephalography
(MEG) (10) suggest that during REM sleep the nervous system is processing its own intrinsic neuronal information which creates a form of internal consciousness when we dream, while during waking hours it receives sensory information from the outside world which processes and modifies neuronal rhythms, creating a state of awareness--the SELF.
sup], Frequency-specific alterations of neuronal oscillations were revealed in patients suffering from schizophrenia using RS-fMRI, [sup] and Parkinson's disease by simultaneous magnetoencephalography
(MEG) and local field potential recordings.
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For this study, the researchers used magnetoencephalography
(MEG) to scan human subjects as they viewed a series of overlapping images of faces and houses.
Evidence for an all-or-none perceptual response: single-trial analyses of magnetoencephalography
signals indicate an abrupt transition between visual perception and its absence.