Exploring Your Brain: Understanding Brainwaves and Brain Lobes

Introduction: Have you ever wondered how your brain works, and what makes you, well, "you"? Your brain is a fascinating organ composed of billions of neurons, constantly sending electrical signals to each other. This intricate movement of neurons within various parts of our brain creates what we call brainwaves, and they…

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Exploring the P300 Experiment: Testing Working Memory and Reaction Time

Introduction: In the field of neuroscience, researchers often conduct experiments to understand how our brain process information. One such experiment is called the P300 experiment, which helps assess a person's working memory and reaction time. In this blog, we will explore the basics of the P300 experiment, its purpose, and…

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Understanding the Mind – Body Connection European Retreat Experience – Brain Waves with Neuphony

  • Post published:July 19, 2023
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Understanding the Mind - Body Connection European Retreat Experience - Brain Waves with Neuphony https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKRzMszb4xM&t=1s In this video, we invite you to embark on a transformative journey as we explore the profound connection between our mind and body. Through practices such as Kundalini Yoga, meditation, and chanting, we'll go into…

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Desktop App Protocols | Neuphony​

  • Post published:July 12, 2023
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The desktop app of "Neuphony" consists of five distinct parameters: Focus Relaxation Vigilance Mental Fatigue Mood  PDR These parameters serve as measurable indicators of various cognitive states experienced by the user. Focus refers to the ability to concentrate and direct attention towards a specific external task or objective. It is…

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