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This is an interesting question. It seems to me that it is impossible to say 100 per cent from the information obtained from an EEG if there is a flow state or not. However, it is possible to identify concepts that are closely related to this state. For example, the identification of brain activity that is linked to positive emotions could be associated with ...


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Neuronal membranes act as capacitors: there is a charge separation between inside and outside due to the (relatively) impermeable membrane to charged ions. The voltage of a neuron is a charge separated across the membrane. However, the electric field outside a capacitor is negligible. In many physics problems it's treated as simply zero. See some Q&A on ...


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