Alterations in brain electrical activity caused by magnetic fields: detecting the detection process.

Static and 60 Hz magnetic fields, 0.78 gauss, were applied individually and combined to each of 20 human subjects during 2 sec epochs, and the effect on the EEG was determined by comparing the power spectrum obtained during field exposure with that from control epochs. All but one subject exhibited field-induced alterations in the EEG; most subjects… CONTINUE READING