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How to use entrainment in a sentence
Sustained rhythmic, physical stimulation leads to neural entrainment—an alignment of neural signals that produces an explosion in brain activity.
If you think of the brain as a blob with electrical pulses running through it, neural entrainment means that the pulses don’t seem random.
The question Stickford’s new study explores is whether entrainment is related to what’s going on in your mind.
Their entrainment scores at both speeds averaged around 60 percent, which is the fraction of breaths that started at roughly the same point in the stride cycle.
That’s a relatively high degree of entrainment, as expected for experienced runners.
The train then ran into the station, and the entrainment of the wounded commenced.A Lively Bit of the Front|Percy F. Westerman
The entrainment was to be considered as a practice entrainment.A Company of Tanks|W. H. L. Watson
These phrases, "entrainment," "order of march," had a businesslike sound.
"All ready for entrainment, sir," said the sergeant heartily.
There is one little nurse from the entrainment wards—it is a good story, which I will tell in good time—competent to care for him.Red Fleece|Will Levington Comfort