It's interesting, in this paper, to see a description of how low-frequency and high-frequency brainwaves are coordinated in the sense that when high frequencies are used (more punctual in the brain and with high energy consumption) there are less powerful low frequency brainwaves (more extended over the brain volume and with less energy consumption). They also provide a the possible equation which links the two timescale activities, and based on topological findings that higher scale brain functions necessarily display a counterpart in the lower one, an the lower one in the higher scale one.
Some curious information here reported is for example that in same area different frequencies determine energy or data transfer direction. Or how overproduction of high frequencies generate stress and information accumulation (so more entropy), lack of confidence and failures. Whereas low frequencies lacks on details, allowing the emergence of associative representations, and producing confidence, trust, and belief.
Last modified on 25-Dec-19