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EEG state discrimination studies may contribute to understanding the role of awareness in physiological selfregulation, but many individuals learn the existing paradigm very slowly. In this study, a self-prompted discrimination paradigm, in which subjects decide when to respond based upon their subjective state, was examined for the rate of learning and its effects on the ability to control EEG alpha. Twenty-nine participants received up to three 40-min sessions in which discrimination trainingdoi:10.15540/nr.6.2.81 fatcat:nirg4par4vdbfiqoh637t77tyy