Scott, Sabina

Syftet med studien är att belysa vetskapen om att alla människor är olika och att övning bör anpassas utefter det. Prestationsångest har en stor påverkan på musiker och deras övning. Genom analyser av litteratur kunde egna problem och dåliga vanor uppmärksammas. Intervjuer med musiker och en läkare inspirerade sedan metoder att prövas för en eventu...

藤, 智亮 Fuji, Tomoaki 勝田, 啓亮 Katsuta, Keisuke 坂田, 智海 Sakata, Tomomi 立石, 憲治 Tateishi, Kenji

In this study, neonates calming responses to three cases of noise, as well as 'no sound' case were assessed with behavioral indices. The three cases of noise are as follows; white noise, pink noise and brown noise. The subjects were 11 neonates (less than four days old). The subjects were exposed to each noise at 70 dB (A-weighted sound pressure le...

Freeman, Walter J III O’Nuillain, Sean Rodriguez, José

Phase slip and beat phenomena are ubiquitous in many forms of wave superposition. Likewise, it is trivially true that cumulative summation of white noise gives rise to “brown noise” (1/f2 power spectrum). We assume that the background electrocorticogram (ECoG) to a first approximation results from integration of innumerable action potentials by den...

Freeman, Walter J III O’Nuillain, Sean Rodriguez, José

Phase slip and beat phenomena are ubiquitous in many forms of wave superposition. Likewise, it is trivially true that cumulative summation of white noise gives rise to “brown noise” (1/f2 power spectrum). We assume that the background electrocorticogram (ECoG) to a first approximation results from integration of innumerable action potentials by den...

Freeman, Walter J III O’Nuillain, Sean Rodriguez, José

Phase slip and beat phenomena are ubiquitous in many forms of wave superposition. Likewise, it is trivially true that cumulative summation of white noise gives rise to “brown noise” (1/f2 power spectrum). We assume that the background electrocorticogram (ECoG) to a first approximation results from integration of innumerable action potentials by den...

Freeman, Walter J III O’Nuillain, Sean Rodriguez, José

Phase slip and beat phenomena are ubiquitous in many forms of wave superposition. Likewise, it is trivially true that cumulative summation of white noise gives rise to “brown noise” (1/f2 power spectrum). We assume that the background electrocorticogram (ECoG) to a first approximation results from integration of innumerable action potentials by den...

Freeman, Walter J III O’Nuillain, Sean Rodriguez, José

Phase slip and beat phenomena are ubiquitous in many forms of wave superposition. Likewise, it is trivially true that cumulative summation of white noise gives rise to “brown noise” (1/f2 power spectrum). We assume that the background electrocorticogram (ECoG) to a first approximation results from integration of innumerable action potentials by den...

Freeman, Walter J III O’Nuillain, Sean Rodriguez, José

Phase slip and beat phenomena are ubiquitous in many forms of wave superposition. Likewise, it is trivially true that cumulative summation of white noise gives rise to “brown noise” (1/f2 power spectrum). We assume that the background electrocorticogram (ECoG) to a first approximation results from integration of innumerable action potentials by den...

O’Nuillain, Sean Rodriguez, José

Phase slip and beat phenomena are ubiquitous in many forms of wave superposition. Likewise, it is trivially true that cumulative summation of white noise gives rise to “brown noise” (1/f2 power spectrum). We assume that the background electrocorticogram (ECoG) to a first approximation results from integration of innumerable action potentials by den...

Freeman, Walter J III O’Nuillain, Sean Rodriguez, José

Phase slip and beat phenomena are ubiquitous in many forms of wave superposition. Likewise, it is trivially true that cumulative summation of white noise gives rise to “brown noise” (1/f2 power spectrum). We assume that the background electrocorticogram (ECoG) to a first approximation results from integration of innumerable action potentials by den...