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'Bursts' of beta waves, not sustained rhythms, filter sensory processing in brain

19:00 EST 7 Nov 2017 | AAAS

(Brown University) Scientists at Brown University have found that people and mice alike use brief bursts of beta brainwaves, rather than sustained rhythms, to control attention and perception.

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