Where do our minds wander? Brain waves can point the way

Anyone who has tried and failed to meditate knows that our minds are rarely still. But where do they roam? New research led by UC Berkeley has come up with a way to track the flow of our internal thought processes and signal whether our minds are focused, fixated or...

Babies’ slow brain waves could predict problems

The brain waves of healthy newborns – which appear more abnormal than those of severe stroke victims – could be used to accurately predict which babies will have neurodevelopmental disorders. University of Queensland researchers are investigating whether...

The EEG-guided Meditation and what it may offer

doi: 10.12744/tnpt(4)120-122 Does everyone benefit equally from the same meditation technique?  Andrew Fingelkurts and Alexander Finkelkurts BM-Science, Brain and Mind Technologies Research Centre, Espoo, Finland Tarja Kallio-Tamminen KalpaTaru, Kirkkonummi,...