Microstates-based resting frontal alpha asymmetry

Link – Microstates-based resting frontal alpha asymmetry approach for understanding affect and approach/withdrawal behavior. Abstract The role of resting frontal alpha-asymmetry in explaining neural-mechanisms of affect and approach/withdrawal behavior is still debatable. The present study explores the ability of the quasi-stable resting EEG asymmetry information and the associated neurovascular synchronization/desynchronization in bringing more insight into […]