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1946 6
1947 1
1948 10
1949 6
1950 12
1951 3
1952 4
1953 6
1954 8
1955 9
1956 7
1957 6
1958 3
1959 7
1960 7
1961 5
1962 14
1963 24
1964 15
1965 6
1971 3
1972 4
1973 11
1974 31
1975 46
1976 47
1977 59
1978 51
1979 51
1980 48
1981 42
1982 45
1983 35
1984 29
1985 32
1986 43
1987 47
1988 45
1989 30
1990 46
1991 36
1992 67
1993 46
1994 50
1995 62
1996 74
1997 82
1998 81
1999 106
2000 76
2001 92
2002 83
2003 86
2004 106
2005 162
2006 145
2007 171
2008 172
2009 186
2010 298
2011 630
2012 651
2013 709
2014 820
2015 882
2016 879
2017 887
2018 897
2019 264
2020 0
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Effects of yoga on brain waves and structural activation: A review.
Desai R, et al. Complement Ther Clin Pract 2015 - Review. PMID 25824030
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to examine and review existing literature on the effects of yoga on brain waves and structural changes and activation. ...It was concluded that breathing, meditation, and posture-based yoga increased overall brain wave activity. Increases in graygray matter along with increases in amygdala and frontal cortex activation were evident after a yoga intervention. ...
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to examine and review existing literature on the effects of yoga on brain waves and s …
Mechanisms of gamma oscillations
Buzsáki G and Wang XJ. Annu Rev Neurosci 2012 - Review. PMID 22443509 Free PMC article.
Gamma rhythms are commonly observed in many brain regions during both waking and sleep states, yet their functions and mechanisms remain a matter of debate. ...
Gamma rhythms are commonly observed in many brain regions during both waking and sleep states, yet their functions and mechanisms rem …
Cortical travelling waves: mechanisms and computational principles.
Muller L, et al. Nat Rev Neurosci 2018 - Review. PMID 29563572 Free PMC article.
These waves can be spontaneously generated by recurrent circuits or evoked by external stimuli. They travel along brain networks at multiple scales, transiently modulating spiking and excitability as they pass. Here, we review recent experimental findings that have found evidence for travelling waves at single-area (mesoscopic) and whole-brain (macroscopic) scales. ...
These waves can be spontaneously generated by recurrent circuits or evoked by external stimuli. They travel along brain networ …
Spirituality and brain waves.
Vaghefi M, et al. J Med Eng Technol 2015. PMID 25641015
Brain Oscillations and the Importance of Waveform Shape.
Cole SR and Voytek B. Trends Cogn Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28063662
Oscillations are a prevalent feature of brain recordings. They are believed to play key roles in neural communication and computation. ...
Oscillations are a prevalent feature of brain recordings. They are believed to play key roles in neural communication and computation …
EEG oscillations: From correlation to causality
Herrmann CS, et al. Int J Psychophysiol 2016 - Review. PMID 25659527
Already in his first report on the discovery of the human EEG in 1929, Berger showed great interest in further elucidating the functional roles of the alpha and beta waves for normal mental activities. ...Taken together, the modulation of neuronal oscillations allows to demonstrate causal links between brain oscillations and cognitive processes and to obtain important insights into human brain function....
Already in his first report on the discovery of the human EEG in 1929, Berger showed great interest in further elucidating the functional ro …
Sleep spindles
Schönauer M and Pöhlchen D. Curr Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 30300592 Free article.
Schönauer and Pöhlchen introduce the reader to sleep spindles, brain oscillations that occur during nREM sleep that are thought to function in the stabilization of memories....
Schönauer and Pöhlchen introduce the reader to sleep spindles, brain oscillations that occur during nREM sleep that are thought to fu …
EEG alpha and theta oscillations reflect cognitive and memory performance: a review and analysis
Klimesch W. Brain Res Brain Res Rev 1999 - Review. PMID 10209231
As an example, in a similar way as brain volume does, upper alpha power increases (but theta power decreases) from early childhood to adulthood, whereas the opposite holds true for the late part of the lifespan. ...The reviewed findings are interpreted on the basis of brain oscillations. It is suggested that the encoding of new information is reflected by theta oscillations in hippocampo-cortical feedback loops, whereas search and retrieval processes in (semantic) long-term memory are reflected by upper alpha oscillations in thalamo-cortical feedback loops....
As an example, in a similar way as brain volume does, upper alpha power increases (but theta power decreases) from early childhood to …
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