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Conducting Art Therapy Research Using Quantitative EEG Measures
This study presents a modified, single subject design that measured the patterns of electrical activity of a participant's brain following an hour spent painting and drawing. Paired t tests were usedExpand
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Effects of Drawing on Alpha Activity: A Quantitative EEG Study With Implications for Art Therapy
Abstract Little empirical evidence exists as to how materials used in art therapy affect the brain and its neurobiological functioning. This pre/post within-groups study utilized the quantitativeExpand
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Similar or Disparate Brain Patterns? The Intra-Personal EEG Variability of Three Women with Multiple Personality Disorder
Quantitative EEG was used to assess the intra-personal variability of brain electrical activity for 3 women diagnosed with Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD). Two separate control groupsExpand
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Frontal Alpha Power Asymmetry in Aggressive Children and Adolescents with Mood and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
Building on prior research, which has suggested a relationship between aggression and left frontal activity, our study tested the hypothesis that proneness to impulsive aggression would be related toExpand
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Marijuana use: neuroscience perspective
  • L. Konopka
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Croatian medical journal
  • 1 June 2014
The human behavioral repertoire includes activities that influence mood and cognition such as listening to music, watching movies, conversation, and dining, behaviors considered within the normalExpand
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EEG Databases in Research and Clinical Practice: Current Status and Future Directions
The influence of genetics and the environment, identibing reliable pre-morbid markers, expanding syndrome profiles, building quantitative models of brain function: the current interest in databasesExpand
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Conscious Attention, Meditation, and Bilateral Information Transfer
Recent findings indicate that conscious attention is related to large-scale information integration of various brain regions, including both hemispheres, that enables integration of parallelExpand
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Neuroscience and psychiatric patients: does the brain matter?
  • L. Konopka
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Croatian medical journal
  • 1 December 2013
The field of neuroscience includes a broad spectrum of activities, methods, and interests. Among other things, it investigates the very basic genetic contributions of phenotype, role of genes inExpand
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Multimodality Imaging in a Depressed Patient with Violent Behavior and Temporal Lobe Seizures
Patients suffering from epilepsy commonly experience behavioral symptoms. Behavioral manifestations are especially prevalent in patients with seizures originating in the limbic system. This caseExpand
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Preliminary Findings of Single- and Multifocused Epileptiform Discharges in Nonepileptic Psychiatric Patients
Epileptiform discharges (EDs) in nonepileptic populations remain controversial as to their role in psychopathology. Previous studies have unsuccessfully attempted to correlate specific waveforms ofExpand
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