Age trends and sex differences of alpha rhythms including split alpha peaks

@article{Chiang2011AgeTA,
  title={Age trends and sex differences of alpha rhythms including split alpha peaks},
  author={A K I Chiang and Christopher J. Rennie and Peter A. Robinson and Sacha Jennifer van Albada and Cliff C. Kerr},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={122},
  pages={1505-1517}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate age trends, sex differences, and splitting of alpha peaks of the EEG spectrum in the healthy population. METHODS An automated multi-site algorithm was used to parametrize the alpha rhythm in 1498 healthy subjects aged 6-86 years. Alpha peaks identified from multiple electrode sites were organized into clusters of similar frequencies whose sex differences and age trends were investigated. RESULTS Significant age-related trends were observed for frequency, position… CONTINUE READING

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