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Python, R, Julia, Neuroscience, EEG, Machine Learning, Statistics
3 May
New preprint 📚🧠🧮🧒:
Oscillatory EEG Patterns of Arithmetic Problem Solving in Fourth Graders
We already have a pretty good idea how arithmetic problem solving is reflected in oscillatory EEG activity in adults:
Simple problems are usually solved by fact retrieval. In that case, we observe theta ERS (power increase). Hard problems need to be calculated, which is reflected in alpha ERD (power decrease).
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