An introduction to craniosacral terapy by Cohen D

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Sample Rate According to the sampling theorem, the sample rate should be at least twice as high as the highest frequency of interest contained in the signal. However, the question is how this rule relates to the event-related EEG signal of interest.

For example, while performing mental calculations subjects often exhibit increased EEG coherence in the theta (near 5 Hz) and upper alpha (near 10 Hz) bands, whereas the same data may show decreased coherence in the lower alpha band (near 8 Hz) in most electrode pairs [2, 14]. Coherence of steady-state visually evoked potentials indicates that mental tasks consistently involve increased 13-Hz coherence in select electrode pairs but decreased coherence in other pairs [29, 30]. Binocular rivalry experiments using steady-state magnetic field recordings show that conscious perception of a stimulus flicker is reliably associated with increased cross hemispheric coherence at 7 Hz [31].

1 Properties of the EEG Recently the dominant role of EEG and MEG in understanding the human brain–behavior relationship has been recognized again. In contrast to functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), EEG and MEG techniques monitor large-scale human brain activity patterns noninvasively and with millisecond precision, which is crucial for understanding the neural foundations of cognitive functions. The following section summarizes some of the assumptions and properties of the EEG signal in event-related brain research before the hardware necessary for EEG recording and preprocessing steps is discussed.

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