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There's a lot to unpack here, but maybe a good place to start is looking at the difference between an action potential and a brainwave. An action potential is the abrupt change in voltage of a single neuron in response to a pre-synaptic stimulus. Brainwaves are measured by EEG. They represent the sum of many neurons' activity. If I understand the gist of ...


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