An interesting post by Amy Vega at the IM-HOME blog today. She summarizes a 2006 article by Stankov et al that suggests that fine tuning the phase synchrony of neural (gamma) oscillations can improve cognitive performance. I find this post interesting as I included this as a possible explanation for brain-clock based brain fitness technology in a keynote presentation I made at an IM conference in 2007. See my slide below. The entire presentation is available for viewing via Slideshare.
Similar post re: brain synchronization or rhythm can be found by clicking here.
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