The contingency of parameters of human encephalograms and Schumann resonance electromagnetic fields revealed in monitoring studies
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The contingency of variations in amplitude—frequency parameters of the main modes of extremely-low-frequency resonances of an ionospheric waveguide (Schumann resonances) and changes in human encephalograms in the frequency range of 6–16 Hz has been studied. The results obtained with the use of synchronized monitoring suggest that such contingency, expressed as indices of cross-correlation function, is statistically significant, varying from 0.12 to 0.65 at α = 0.95. It has been established that contingency is largely determined by the current level of solar and geomagnetic activity.
Key wordssynchronous monitoring electromagnetic fields human EEG
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