tDCS Journal & Montage Placement Guide: Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Paperback

tDCS Journal & Montage Placement Guide: Transcranial Direct Current StimulationPaperback – March 15, 2017


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This is a journal that was created to help people document their use of tDCS, but it also contains researched montage positions as a very important guide to electrode placement.

For those serious about tDCS this book is extremely insightful and helpful. The tDCS (transcranial Direct Current Stimulation) Journal & Montage Placement Guide is the first of it’s kind.

This book features well studied montage positions, and drawings of the EEG 10-20 placement, along with cranial drawings within the journal so you can circle, check, mark and accurately document your sessions.

This is essentially a log book to help track your tDCS progress.

Muse: The Brain Sensing Headband

Muse: The Brain Sensing Headband

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Muse is your personal meditation assistant
Sometimes your mind is calm and sometimes it’s active. Muse will guide you to a calm mind

Put on the Muse headband, put on your earbuds, start the app, and close your eyes. Immerse yourself within the sounds of a beach or rainforest.

While you meditate, Muse measures whether your mind is calm or active, and translates that data into weathers sounds.

When you’re calm, you’ll hear peaceful weather sounds. When your mind wanders, the weather will intensify, guiding you back to a calm state.
After each session, review your data, set goals, and build a deeply rewarding meditation practice that gets better every time.
Kindly refer to the User Manual, FAQs, and Tech Specs for more information.

 

Why meditate with Muse?
Muse is the first tool in the world that gives you accurate, real-time feedback on what’s happening in your brain when you meditate. Improve your meditation practice in as little as 3 minutes a day – any time, anywhere.

Personalized tracking, motivational challenges and rewards encourage you to build a more regular and effective practice.

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The science behind Muse
Your brain is constantly generating electrical signals when you’re thinking, sleeping or even relaxing. These signals can be detected from outside your head, via sensors.

Muse uses the same brain sensing technology that doctors and scientists have employed for more than a century to detect your brain signals, similar to how a heart monitor measures your pulse.

Muse has 7 finely calibrated sensors – 2 on the forehead, 2 behind the ears plus 3 reference sensors – which detect and measure the activity of your brain.

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Muse is your personal meditation assistant. While you meditate, Muse measures whether your mind is calm or active, and translates that data into weather sounds. When you’re calm, you’ll hear peaceful weather sounds. When your mind wanders, the weather will intensify, guiding you back to a calm state. After each session, review your data, set goals, and build a deeply rewarding meditation practice that gets better every time.

An Illustrated Guide to Beach Stones Michigan

Is This an Agate?: An Illustrated Guide to Lake Superior’s Beach Stones Michigan

 

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A 24 page concise, just-the-facts identification guide to the beach stones along the Lake Superior shore of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Illustrated by the author with very realistic paintings and accompanied with maps and clear directions to the public-accessible beaches from Little Girl’s Point near Ironwood to Whitefish Point. Nearly 30,000 copies sold since 2001. A must for beachcombers and vacationers coming to the U.P.!

About the Author
Susan Marguerite Robinson earned a bachelor’s degree in Geology and Education from the State University of New York in 1971 and later studied art and art history at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. While living in Canada she was a member of the Manotick Art Association and the Ottawa Art Association, in which she won several competitions. She has painted and sold many wildlife scenes (especially birds), her principal subject matter, but is also an accomplished mineral and gem artist, having accepted 35 commissions thus far. She paints in a rigorously realistic style, in acrylic paint on canvas and on art board, and also produces drawings in pen and ink. Several of her mineral paintings have been displayed at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, and at the Rochester Mineralogical Symposium, and she was the featured guest artist at the 1996 Munich Mineral Show. One painting (a Guerrero amethyst) was published in Panczner’s Minerals of Mexico (1986), and her pen and ink drawings have appeared in Rocks & Minerals, on the covers of the Rochester Mineralogical Symposium program books, and in Canadian Gemmologist. She wrote and illustrated a self-published book entitled Is This an Agate? An Illustrated Guide to Lake Superior’s Beach Stones, as well as a collector’s guide to Copper Country minerals. Since 1987 she has also written an extensive series of articles for Rocks & Minerals on mineral and mining artists. Susan lives in Hancock, Michigan with her husband, mineralogist George Robinson, curator of the Seaman Mineralogical Museum at Michigan Tech. She may be contacted at susanmrobinson@hotmail.com.