Rhythms of the Brain Sleep & Circadian Rhythms Brain Rhythms Electrical rhythms EEGs Behavioral Rhythms Sleep-wake cycles Circadian rhythms Electrical Rhythms Known since 1929 that groups of neurons can be monitored with probes (electrodes) placed on the scalp
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Sleep & Circadian Rhythms
Time is on the X-axis and voltage is on the Y-axis.
Changes in state are associated with a change in
the amplitude and frequency distribution of the EEG.