EEG Mapping while Listening to a Text: Differences Between Controls and Schizophrenics
An EEG mapping study was conducted in controls and schizophrenic males while they were listening to a text. In controls, changes in EEG parameters were observed mainly in brain areas related to language comprehension. These changes were not present in schizophrenics who differed also with a reduction in local and interhemispheric coherences when in a resting state with eyes closed.
KeywordsSchizophrenic Patient Resting State Occipital Area Alpha Band Beta3 Band
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