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Conducting Art Therapy Research Using Quantitative EEG Measures
This study presents a modified, single subject design that measured the patterns of electrical activity of a participant's brain following an hour spent painting and drawing. Paired t tests were used to compare pre and post art-making electroencephalograph (EEG) data. The results indicated that neurobiological activity after drawing and painting was statistically different (p < .05) from activity measured at a state of rest. In general, the higher frequency bands (alpha and beta) weredoi:10.1080/07421656.2008.10129412 fatcat:cjln5ncz3zhstjol7ev4454puq