Theta band power in the human scalp EEG and the encoding of new information.

@article{Klimesch1996ThetaBP,
  title={Theta band power in the human scalp EEG and the encoding of new information.},
  author={Wolfgang Klimesch and Michael Doppelmayr and H Russegger and T. Pachinger},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={1996},
  volume={7 7},
  pages={1235-40}
}
Task-related band power changes in the theta and alpha bands were examined during the encoding of new information in an implicit memory paradigm. The results showed significantly higher theta power during the encoding of those words which could be remembered in the later recall task, compared with words which could not be remembered later. In contrast to the theta band, alpha band power decreased during encoding. However, remembered words, compared with not remembered words did not show… CONTINUE READING
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