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Brain Rhythms and Sleep
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Rhythms are Everywhere
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Recording brain waves with the Electroencephalogram (EEG)
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EEG measures the sum of small voltages
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Large EEG signals imply synchronized activity
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EEG Classification
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How are Rhythms Generated?
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How are Rhythms Generated?
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Epilepsy
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Types of Seizures
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Generalized seizure (absence or petit mal)
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Partial complex seizure
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Generalized tonic clonic
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Sleep
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Sleep
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Unformatted text preview: Sleep REM sleep A typical night’s sleep The Sleeping Brain V1 Why do we Sleep? Why do we Sleep? Why do we Dream? Why do we Dream? Where do sleep rhythms come from? 1. Thalamic oscillations 2. Feedback in the thalamus and cortex produces rhythms Reticular Activating System Diffuse modulatory systems Sleep Disorders REM sleep behavior disorder Narcolepsy...
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