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EEGLab_data_sheet - Define each 2 Examine the alpha...

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Human Physiology Name: ______________________________________ Electroencephalography Date: _______________________________________ I. Data and Calculations Subject Profile Name ____________________________ Height _____________________ Age ______________________________ Weight _____________________ Gender: ___________ A. EEG Amplitude Measurements Complete Table with Standard Deviation Measurements: Rhythm Channel Eyes Closed Eyes Open Eyes Re-closed Alpha CH 2 Beta CH 3 Delta CH 4 Theta CH 5 B. EEG Frequency Measurements Complete Tables with the frequencies for each rhythm and calculate the mean frequency Rhythm Channel Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Mean Alpha CH 2 Beta CH 3 Delta CH 4 Theta CH 5 II. Questions 1. Frequency and amplitude are two characteristics of regular, periodic waveforms.
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Unformatted text preview: Define each. 2. Examine the alpha waveform and beta waveform for change between the “eyes closed” state and the “eyes open” state. Which waveform is more pronounced in the “eye closed” state?, in the “eye-open” state? 3. Examine the delta and theta rhythm. Is there an increase in delta and theta activity when the eyes are open? Explain your observation. 4. Define the following terms: a) Alpha Rhythm b) Beta Rhythm c) Delta Rhythm d) Theta Rhythm 5. Proposed a rationale by which the observation of a person’s brain waves may be used to help the person lower his or her blood pressure....
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