EEG Webinar | EEG for Psychophysiology Research Part III – Low Density Recording & Analysis
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Thursday, July 13, 2017
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A low-density recording can consist of a single channel of EEG and work up from there. In many instances, a classic EEG cap isn’t used and regular electrodes are applied to the scalp and held in place with conductive, adhesive gel. This webinar provides live demonstrations of EEG recordings without the use of an electrode cap and places special emphasis on setup, recording, and analysis. BIOPAC CEO Frazer Findlay walks through the setup process to provide tips and tricks for recording high-quality data. The analysis segment covers the different EEG frequency bands and takes a close look at EEG frequency analysis, including Mean power, Mean, Median, and Peak frequency across user-selectable time periods. Alpha RMS and Delta power analysis. are also addressed.
Basic principles of physiological data collection covers fundamentals of data collection and equipment configuration equipment to help you refine experiment protocols and avoid costly missteps. Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, discusses common mistakes with physiology recording and shares his secrets for collecting great data. Topics include: How to prep a subject and where to place electrodes; Which type of electrodes work for different body signals; Analog to Digital Conversion; Sample rates (correct vs. incorrect); Filtering; and Scaling and calibration.Watch On Demand Now!
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