gamma wave

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A high-frequency (35–75 hertz) EEG wave that occurs during thinking. Also called a 40-hertz oscillation, but this inaccurate term is avoided in careful usage. [From gamma (γ) the third letter of the Greek alphabet]

Subjects: Psychology.

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