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5 BrainVision Analyzer 2 Tips and Tricks

5 Brain Vision Analyzer 2 Tips and tricks that will help you get the best Product experience 1. View only the channels that belong to the region of interest. You can use montages to group channels and optimize their presentation. You can access the menu under “Displa...

How to reprocess EEG data to correct offsets between EEG and coregistered markers

We all know that in ERP research accurate timing is crucial since we identify the ERP components via topography, amplitude but also strongly on their latency. We do describe a negative deflection around 100 ms as an N1 or N100. We know from the literature how cognitive states or...

Decoding subjective taste categories using multivariate pattern analysis of single-trial EEG

Compared to other senses, very little is known about taste. In a recent study (Crouzet, S. M., Busch, N. A., & Ohla, K. (2015). Taste quality decoding parallels taste sensations. Current Biology, 25(7), 890-896.), we used multivariate pattern analysis of single-trial EEG data...

Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM) 2015

17–22 August 2015
Manchester, United Kingdom
Organization: Royal Northern College of Music, European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM)
Disciplines: Neuroscience, Artificial Intelligence, Psychology
Event type: Conference

Proceedings of EEG Spring School at King’s College London

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...

The Brain Conferences: The Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythm

11–14 October 2015
Copenhagen, Denmark
Organization: FENS & The Brain Prize
Disciplines: Neuroscience,Neurology /, Social and Behavioral Science
Event type: Conference, Venue: Moltkes Palæ ,Expected number of delegates: 101–250

A dry EEG-system for scientific research and brain–computer interfaces (using Brain Visions actiCap)

Thorsten Oliver Zander1*, Moritz Lehne1, Klas Ihme1, Sabine Jatzev1, Joao Correia1, Christian Kothe1,2, Bernd Picht3 and Femke Nijboer4 1 Team PhyPA, Berlin Institute of Technology, Berlin, Germany 2 Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience, Institute for Neural Computation,...

Multi-class motor imagery EEG decoding for brain-computer interfaces

Deng Wang1,2,3*, Duoqian Miao1,2 and Gunnar Blohm3,4 1Department of Computer Science and Technology, Tongji University, Shanghai, China 2Key Laboratory of Embedded System and Service Computing, Ministry of Education, Shanghai, China 3Centre for Neuroscience Studies, Queen’s...

Shorter term aerobic exercise improves brain, cognition, and cardiovascular fitness in aging

Physical exercise, particularly aerobic exercise, is documented as providing a low cost regimen to counter well-documented cognitive declines including memory, executive function, visuospatial skills, and processing speed in normally aging adults.