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Alpha wave is brain signals in the frequency range around 10 Hz (approximately 8-12 Hz) seen in electroencephalography.
The strength of the alpha wave may vary between individuals. A summary of the study The significance of individual differences in the Berger rhythm appear in British Journal of Psychiatry: "The alpha wave are not affected by time of day, spacing of the trials, mood, degree of tiredness, physical type of subject, sex, intelligence or type of memory".
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