Electroencephalographic activities during wakefulness and sleep in the frontal cortex of healthy older people: links with "thinking".

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STUDY OBJECTIVE Separate studies have shown for the frontal cortex that: i) sleep electroencephalogram (EEG) activity less than 1 Hz may be linked to waking recovery, and ii) waking frontal theta activity may reflect "cortical workload." We explored the potential linkage between (i) and (ii) in relation to specific waking theta frequencies and 0.5-Hz to 1.0… (More)

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