Tags » EEG

Could a five-minute test predict how quickly adults can learn a second language?

Why is it that for some adults learning a second language is a breeze, while for others it feels like an insurmountable task?

Research from the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences at the University of Washington suggests part of the reason might lie in the rhythms of adults’ brains. 244 more words

Going Left (or right, depending on how you think of it)

 FYI, this is not a political post. It’s about which hand I use to color and write. It’s about going ambidextrous and seeing what my brain does with that. 2,001 more words

The price of reducing carbon emissions

This post on the German Energy Blog provided an interesting perspective on renewable generation.

In Germany, a total of €22.6 Bn was spent in 2015 to support renewable generation, that at the same time reduced CO2 emissions by 103 million tonnes. 147 more words

The Silent

The fifth cryptomind discussed in “The Mind Club” is The Silent.  This chapter is about those we cannot communicate with who, because of trauma to the brain, cannot communicate with us.  594 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

EEG and Brain Waves

Electroencephalographic measurements are commonly used in medical and research areas

 Most known Applications

  • monitor cognitive engagement (alpha rhythm);
  • produce biofeedback situations, alpha, etc.;
  • control anesthesia depth (“servo anesthesia”);
  • 276 more words

EEG Journal Club:11th May

This is a reminder for our forthcoming EEG journal club. It will occur in Room P310, Poole House as usual at 1pm, 11th May. EEG journal club is hosted by EEG lab, Dept of Psychology, Bournemouth University. 122 more words


Virtual Reality in Neuroscience Research

Virtual reality (VR) is the technology that simulates real world experience. Using a “shoebox”-like helmet with a screen inside and Hi-Fi headphones, the technology stimulates visual and auditory systems. 891 more words

Psychology & Neuroscience