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Many EEG responses are swamped in random brain activity, artifacts and background noise. A single movement typically doesn't evoke measurable activity, because its amplitude is so small with respect to background noise. I think the potentials you are looking for are event-related potentials or ERPs (Fig. 1). During ERP recording, basically a regular EEG is ...


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Yes, there are plenty of examples! We refer to this seeking behaviour as taxis. Taxis There are many types of taxis such as chemotaxis (attracted to chemical stimulus) or phototaxis (attracted to light). A complete list of taxis can be found on wikipedia > taxis. For the purpose of this answer I will restrict to chemotaxis only Chemotaxis (from chemo- ...


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Since you tagged this with neuroscience, I'm going to assume the two forms you see are these: The top one is what you might call the "no assumptions form". Temperature is left as a variable, T, and will have to be plugged in, and one will also have to plug in the gas constant (R), Faraday's constant (F), and the valence (z) of the ion (X) in question when ...


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The answer to your question is yes. They can feel very primitive and simple emotions like anger or fear. However, their brain is NOT as developed as our's, hence, they don't feel more advanced emotions like Love, etc. When we talk of any snake returning to us, it has a choice of running off but studies have shown that it likes our warmth and hence returns ...



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