EEG Probability Mapping While Listening to a Text: A Group and a Single Case Study
An EEG mapping study was conducted in 42 healthy subjects (20 females and 22 males; 25,1a±3,4) while they were listening to a text. EEG changes in the theta and alpha band were observed mainly in the left temporal regions which are responsible for language comprehension.
KeywordsFrequency Band Language Comprehension Coherence Mapping Alpha Band Beta2 Band
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