Electroencephalogram refers to an electrophysiological measure of brain functioning whereby electrodes are taped to the surface of the subject’s scalp to record the electrical activity of the brain. Electroencephalogram is useful for for studying social and emotional processes, as its recordings are sensitive to changes in state and emotionality of a person who is subjected to EEG.

Electroencephalogram is also known as EEG.
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