Theta may be generated by the limbic system. (true)
Alpha is generated solely by the cortex. (false)
Alpha is limited to the band from 8 to 13 Hz. (false).
Behavior predicts the EEG finding. (false)
EEG predicts behavioral findings. (true)
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