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Brain Products Press Release | October 20142022-02-23T16:50:10+01:00

Brain Products Press Release

October 2014

Acoustical Stimulator Adapter for StimTrak

Brain Products is excited to introduce two new accessories for StimTrak – the Acoustical Stimulator Adapter and the Photo Sensor. This article is going to present the Acoustical Stimulator Adapter. The Photo Sensor will be addressed in a later issue.

Beyond surface EEG: An invitation to source analysis with LORETA

This article presents the improved version of the LORETA transform in the new version of Analyzer 2.1.0 (to be released in the course of October 2014). The main features of the new LORETA dialog are explained and the virtues of LORETA analysis of EEG data are discussed.

Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) reveal neural substrates of cognitive flexibility

This user research summary is based on an article published as Rustamov, N., Rodriguez-Raecke, R., Timm, L., Agrawal, D., Dressler, D., Schrader, C., … Kopp, B. (in press). “Attention shifting in Parkinson’s disease: An analysis of behavioral and cortical responses”. Neuropsychology. which was designed to examine persistent (input selection) versus transient (input shifting) mechanisms of attention control in Parkinson’s disease (PD).

The first meeting of the Community for Passive BCI research

Passive Brain-Computer Interfaces provide a fascinating technology that can be applied to significantly improve Human-Computer Interaction. The young community of this research field held its first meeting in July this year, providing a fascinating, promising perspective on the potential of this technology.

Brain Products Young Scientist Award 2014 presented to Dr. Sven Hoffmann

Just as in previous years, Brain Products sponsored a “Young Scientist Award”, granted to a young researcher for an outstanding paper. This year’s winner was Dr. Sven Hoffmann (Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors), who recently received the award at the annual meeting of the German Society for Basic and Applied Psychophysiology.

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