EEG for Psychophysiology Research
Thursday, April 20, 2017
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Learn how to add Electroencephalography (EEG) data to psychophysiological research applications, proper setup, and identification of usable EEG data for a variety of systems recording up to 32 channels of surface EEG from human participants.
Many researchers in psychophysiology, physiology, consumer neuromarketing & behavior, and other areas want to incorporate EEG to 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 good 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.
This webinar presents hardware options for recording up to 32 channels of surface EEG from human subjects, with traditional Ag/AgCl electrodes or water electrodes, to include proper setup and an overview of reviewing examples of “good” vs. “bad” data from each option. EEG system solutions for wired, wireless, and mobile applications are discussed, including a hardware solution for applications where cognitive state metrics are desired was also presented, as was an overview of selected EEG fundamentals.
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