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Topographic distribution of EEG alpha attractor correlation dimension values in wake and drowsy states in humans
(International Journal of Psychophysiology, 2015)
Organization of resting state cortical networks is of fundamental importance for the phenomenon of awareness, which is altered in the first part of hypnagogic period (Hori stages 1-4). Our aim was to investigate the change ...
EEG alpha phase shifts during transition from wakefulness to drowsiness
(International Journal of Psychophysiology, 2012)
Phases of alpha oscillations recorded by EEG were typically studied in the context of event or task related experiments, rarely during spontaneous alpha activity and in different brain states. During wake-to-drowsy transition ...