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Resting EEG is affected by exposure to a pulsed ELF magnetic field
Exposure to a pulsed ELF MF with most power at frequencies between 0 and 500 Hz, known to affect aspects of analgesia and standing balance, also affects the human EEG, suggesting that this result may be a nonspecific physiological response to the pulsed MFs.
Human electrophysiological and cognitive effects of exposure to ELF magnetic and ELF modulated RF and microwave fields: A review of recent studies
A review of recent studies of ELF MF exposure upon the EEG, ERPs and cognitive and perceptual tasks considers some of the confounding factors within current human MF studies and suggests some new strategies for further experimentation.
Resting EEG effects during exposure to a pulsed ELF magnetic field
This study is among the first to assess EEG frequency changes during a weak (±200 μTpk), pulsed ELF MF exposure, and it is reported that a pulsedELF MF affects the human EEG during the exposure period.
Deep brain stimulation, vagal nerve stimulation and transcranial stimulation: An overview of stimulation parameters and neurotransmitter release
Experimental Induction of the “Sensed Presence” in Normal Subjects and an Exceptional Subject
The hypothesis that the sense of a presence, which may be the common phenomenological base from which experiences of gods, spirits, angels, and other entities are derived, is a right hemispheric homologue of the left hemispheres sense of self is supported.
A comparison of rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia patients and healthy controls exposed to a pulsed (200 μT) magnetic field: effects on normal standing balance
NEUROBEHAVIORAL AND NEUROMETABOLIC (SPECT) CORRELATES OF PARANORMAL INFORMATION: INVOLVEMENT OF THE RIGHT HEMISPHERE AND ITS SENSITIVITY TO WEAK COMPLEX MAGNETIC FIELDS
- W. G. Roll, M. Persinger, D. Webster, S. Tiller, C. Cook
- PsychologyThe International journal of neuroscience
- 1 January 2002
The results suggest that the phenomena attributed to paranormal or extrasensory processes are correlated quantitatively with morphological and functional anomalies involving the right parietotemporal cortices (or its thalamic inputs) and the hippocampal formation.
Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields (ELFMF) and Pain Therapy
The concept of image-guided magnetotherapy as the next step in therapeutics oriented bioelectromagnetics research is advanced, and it is hypothesize that the future of magnetic fields and pain therapy lie in the rapid advancement of imaging technologies, such as magnetic resonance imaging and magnetoencephalography.
Geophysical Variables and Behavior: Xcii. Experimental Elicitation of the Experience of a Sentient Being by Right Hemispheric, Weak Magnetic Fields: Interaction with Temporal Lobe Sensitivity
We tested the hypothesis that proportionally more people with above average numbers of complex partial epileptic-like experiences before the experiment would report a proximal presence during…
Human standing balance is affected by exposure to pulsed ELF magnetic fields: light intensity-dependent effects
It is reported that the effect of a specific pulsed ELFMF (PEMF) on human standing balance is modulated by light intensity during exposure.