Cerebral Activity and Source Profiles Accompanying the Process of Non-Locality

  title={Cerebral Activity and Source Profiles Accompanying the Process of Non-Locality},
  author={Mandy A. Scott and Michael A. Persinger},
The independently rated congruence of subjects’ drawings and descriptions with the content of affective pictures hidden ~50 m away were correlated with cerebral quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) and LORTEA (Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography) over three weekly trials. A shift over time from left prefrontal gamma activity to right caudal hemispheric delta activity was associated with increased accuracy. Increased accuracies for the details for the non-local stimuli during… 

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