EEG Webinar | EEG for Psychophysiology Research Part II
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Date Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Location On Demand Playback
Many researchers in psychophysiology, physiology, consumer neuromarketing and behavior, and other fields of study want to utilize Electroencephalography (EEG) data in their experimental protocols but do not wish to add high-density EEG recordings. For those who do not specialize in EEG, a wide variety of choices makes determining the best system for adding this valuable signal a bewildering challenge. Moreover, once a system is added that matches the researcher’s needs, proper setup to ensure reliable data and reviewing the data to determine its usability can be problematic for new researchers, or for those who do not work with EEG extensively. The B-Alert EEG system offers a user-friendly solution!
This webinar covers the B-Alert X10 wireless system option for recording up to 9 channels of surface EEG from human participants, with EEG sensor strips. Topics include proper setup and how to identify “good” vs. “bad” EEG, including usable EEG data examples. See a live demo of the B-Alert X10 wireless EEG system and B-Alert’s highly validated second-by-second metrics: Engagement, Workload, and Drowsiness (along with Heart Rate). Heat maps display EEG power spectral densities (PSD) in both spatial and temporal maps for the traditional Hz bands (Beta, Alpha, Theta, Sigma).
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