The Spring School in EEG analysis is designed to provide primary training in both the collection and analysis of EEG data. The course provides a balance of both theoretical knowledge and practical data processing skills using BrainVision Analyzer 2.1 software. The course was set up to contribute basic to intermediate training in EEG to keep pace with the ever-increasing demands for use of EEG methods.
The initial workshop was organised into four days.
Day One: consisted of practical training in EEG data collection in small groups. There were a limited number of places available for this unique one-day training session. Attendees got to spend time with our expert EEG researchers in our dedicated SGDP EEG lab equipped with Brain Products’ actiCAP system. During these sessions delegates conducted a realistic EEG session with live volunteers where they could learn tips and techniques and receive hands-on training on how to get the best possible EEG data from their research participants.
Day Two: focused on basic understanding of EEG data and data pre-processing, including the use of Independent Component Analysis (ICA) for ocular artefact correction.
Day Three: focused on choosing optimal methodology and research design, and conducting quantitative event-related potential (ERP) and spectral analysis.
Day Four: was a ‘conference’ day, with leading EEG researchers from across the UK, Europe and US invited to give talks on their research to highlight the advanced analysis possibilities available with EEG data.
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