Utilizing the extent of theta–gamma synchronization to estimate visuospatial memory ability

@article{Lee2014UtilizingTE,
  title={Utilizing the extent of theta–gamma synchronization to estimate visuospatial memory ability},
  author={Yi-Yang Lee and Chia-Yen Yang},
  journal={Australasian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={37},
  pages={665-672}
}
The ability of human memory declines due to normal aging and cognitive diseases, which means that everyone will eventually be affected by this problem. Fortunately, memory ability can be improved by training, and early detection and treatment can even actively prevent serious memory loss. Based on this principle, we aimed to identify a method for estimating the memory ability in order to slow the progression of memory loss. Numerous studies have found that coupling between the theta and gamma… CONTINUE READING
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