Category Archives: EEG

Social Synchronization in the EEG


Humans operate within a social context.  The study of social synchronization or ‘hyperscanning’ using EEG  is beginning to reveal insight into human interactions. (Source: Jennifer J Newson, SapienLabs)

The Fantastical Claims of Consumer Brain Wearables


Consumer brain recording technologies make all sorts of claims that are simply not substantiated in the literature at the level of individual predictions. (Source: Tara Thiagarajan, SapienLabs)  

Brain marker for angry dreams


People with greater frontal alpha asymmetry are less able to regulate strong, emotional, affective states, such as anger, in their dreams. Researchers have identified a pattern of brain activity that predicts anger experienced during dreaming, according to a new study of healthy adults published in Journal of Neuroscience. Source: Sikka, P et. al., 2019, Journal of Neuroscience