Results and Discussions (1/6). Table 1. Average theta EEG on good and poor sleepers. Results and Discussions (2/6 ) . Mean theta amplitude for each task exhibited a lower value on the good sleepers as compared to the poor sleepers
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Table 1. Average theta EEG on good and poor sleepers
Fig. 3. Mean theta μV values for good versus poor sleepers on six tasks
Auditory stimulation vs. Visual stimulation
Poor sleeperGood sleeper
13.54% vs. 3.19%
Fig. 4. Analysis of the audio and visual biofeedback for good and poor sleepers.
Acknowledgments: We would like to thank National Science Council, for providing financial support for this project through NSC99-2221-E-218-012.