Multitasking performance and neurophysiological activity.
figureposted on 2017-05-31, 17:48 authored by Wan-Yu Hsu, Theodore P. Zanto, Martine R. van Schouwenburg, Adam Gazzaley
(a) Higher multitasking d-prime was observed in tACS group as compared to the control group. (b) and (d) Grand averaged time-frequency representation plots for frontal and posterior electrophysiological activity. (c) and (e) The mean relative power change from pre-stimulation to post-stimulation for frontal and posterior theta, alpha, and beta activity. Error bars represent SEM. **p≦0.01.
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