Slow (0.7–2 Hz) and fast (2–4 Hz) delta components are differently correlated to theta, alpha and beta frequency bands during NREM sleep

@article{Benoit2000SlowH,
  title={Slow (0.7–2 Hz) and fast (2–4 Hz) delta components are differently correlated to theta, alpha and beta frequency bands during NREM sleep},
  author={Odile Benoit and Agn{\`e}s Daurat and Jacques Prado},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={111},
  pages={2103-2106}
}
OBJECTIVES Spectral power of 40 all-night sleep EEGs (Cz-Pz bipolar lead) recorded in 20 healthy young subjects was calculated after normalization on 30-s consecutive epochs by means of an autocorrelation method based on a 15-order autoregressive model. METHODS The spectral parameters were calculated for the 7 main EEG bands: slow delta (0.7-2 Hz); fast delta (2-4 Hz); theta (4-8 Hz); alpha (8-12 Hz); sigma (12-16 Hz); beta1 (16-35 Hz); and beta 2 (>35 Hz). RESULTS Strong negative… CONTINUE READING

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