POWER INCREASES WITHIN THE GAMMA RANGE OVER THE FRONTAL AND OCCIPITAL REGIONS DURING ACUTE EXPOSURES TO CEREBRALLY COUNTERCLOCKWISE ROTATING MAGNETIC FIELDS WITH SPECIFIC DERIVATIVES OF CHANGE

@article{Tsang2004POWERIW,
  title={POWER INCREASES WITHIN THE GAMMA RANGE OVER THE FRONTAL AND OCCIPITAL REGIONS DURING ACUTE EXPOSURES TO CEREBRALLY COUNTERCLOCKWISE ROTATING MAGNETIC FIELDS WITH SPECIFIC DERIVATIVES OF CHANGE},
  author={Eric W. Tsang and Stanley A. Koren and Michael A. Persinger},
  journal={International Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={114},
  pages={1183 - 1193}
}
A total of 11 men and women were exposed for 5 min each to six different temporal configurations of pulsed magnetic fields that were delivered through serial activation of 8 solenoids in a counterclockwise direction around the head within the horizontal plane above the ears. Twenty-second samples of quantitative electroencephalographic activity within the delta, theta, lower alpha, upper alpha, beta, and gamma regions were collected after each configuration had been activated for 2.5 min. Only… 
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