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۱Chaotic Features Analysis of EEG Signals DuringStandard Tasks of Waterloo–Stanford
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اطلاعات انتشار: هفدهمین کنفرانس مهندسی پزشکی ایران، سال
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The present study looks carefully at EEG(Electroencephalograph) signals of people after the hypnosisinductions. Subjects were in three different categories of hypnotizability based on Waterloo–Stanford criteria; low, medium and high. Signals recorded during standard tasks of Waterloo–Stanford were applied to study the underlying dynamics of tasks and investigate the influence of hypnosis depth and concentration on recorded signals. To fulfill this objective, chaotic methods were employed; Higuchi dimension and correlation dimension. The results of the study indicate channels whose chaotic features are significantly different among peoplewith various levels of hypnotizability and a great consistency exists among channels involved in each task with brain lobes’ functions.<\div>
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