beta waves

  • beta rhythm
German: Betawellen
Japanese: ベータ波

Neurology. A type of brain waves which have a frequency of 14 to 30 Hz and an amplitude of 5 - 50 microvolt. These by EEG recorded waves occur in the parietal and frontal regions and are typical during periods of intense activity of the nervous system.

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