Most work done in areas such as counseling, therapy, leadership, and coaching involves some aspect of decision making. New electroencephalographic (EEG) electromagnetic tomographic analysis (ETA) imaging techniques provide a mechanism for exploring decisions, while the individual is directly engaged in everyday choice making, by exposing our precognitive emotional responses to identified thoughts, feelings, and actions. This article discusses gamma wave activity research, at the precognitive level, and its use for describing approach-avoidance decision making. Armed with these new insights, an individual can better understand the emotional triggers that affect our daily decisions.
The Value of EEG-Based Electromagnetic Tomographic Analysis in Human Performance and Mental Health
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Thomas F. Collura, Nancy L. Wigton, Carlos Zalaquett, SeriaShia Chatters-Smith, Ronald J. Bonnstetter; The Value of EEG-Based Electromagnetic Tomographic Analysis in Human Performance and Mental Health. Biofeedback 1 June 2016; 44 (2): 58–65. doi: https://doi.org/10.5298/1081-5937-44.2.03
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