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(neurophysiology) rapid fluctuations of voltage between parts of the cerebral cortex that are detectable with an electroencephalograph

the clear (and often sudden) understanding of a complex situation

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Neeuro advocates early intervention of cognitive illnesses through brain strengthening exercises, which both the Memorie app and the brainwave headgear are able to do.
Fundraising for Brainwave starts in earnest with Shoosmiths' annual Auction of Promises and Presents, on November 28, which will see staff bid for items and offers of help posted by colleagues on the firm's intranet.
Mynd represents an authentic breakthrough in brainwave measurement technology and I am especially pleased that it will also be used to help people with neurological disabilities such as paralysis overcome some of their most difficult barriers.
It is a painless, non-invasive method, which helps people to modify their brainwave activity to improve attention, concentration, reduce impulsivity, and to control hyperactive behaviours.
Scientists have known for many years that the brain emits various brainwaves which are indicative of the electrical activity of the brain.
Like thousands of other parents across Britain, Donna and Andre, an engineer, decided they wanted more for their son and contacted a national charity called Brainwave for help and, within months, Nathan improved 100 per cent.
The Saltire shields were the brainwave of Edinburgh dentist Elaine Goldsmith.
The brainwave of 12-year-old Tom Spring, the pots of putty come with sets of eyes so kids can create their own critters and then upload images online with names and stories about their little friend.
North Tyneside's new chairman, Coun Michael Huscroft, has chosen to support Brainwave, the Chris Lucas Trust and the Mick Knighton Mesothelioma Research Fund during his year of office.
It was the brainwave of student president Andy Love,22.
AN OSCOTT councillor has had a brainwave about how to solve the gritting crisis in North Birmingham.
Mrs Khahra said: ''His condition is quite rare and it was only properly diagnosed when he attended the Brainwave Centre in Somerset.
World's Leading Neurological Testing Firm Measures Viewers' Brainwave Activity to Determine 'Brand Lift', Ad Effectiveness, and the Value of Olympic Sponsorships
The Mind Controlled Movie Director comes with Mac and PC apps for two arcade games, a "meditation journal", and a brainwave visualizer that interacts with each mood.
When a group of neurons fire simultaneously, the activity appears as a brainwave.