In this article, we provide you with an example on the “how-to” of acquiring and analysing sport psychophysiology data. Given the potential complexity of the topic, we decided to focus on the concrete example of golf putting. However, our hope is to provide you with a general idea that you can re-shape and adapt to other sport movements that are of interest to your research question.
At the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, we work with combined EEG and fMRI acquisition to study epileptic patients to determine the brain region responsible for the generation of seizures that characterize this condition. We use Carbon Wire Loops to help recover a clean signal from the EEG recorded in the MR environment.
EEG signals acquired in parallel to fMRI data require the handling of artifacts in the EEG dataset due to electrode motion, for example, by blood pulsation. Using carbon wire loops placed on EEG caps allows you to directly measure these artifacts and subsequently correct for them efficiently using a regression-based approach.
We are pleased to inform you that Analyzer 2.2.1 has been released. This new version comprises not only an expansion of the Add Channels transform to support Tobii Pro Lab data, but also incorporates improvements to enhance Analyzer’s usability. Here is a brief overview of the major changes and new features in BrainVision Analyzer 2.2.1.
This aEEG-TMSrticle walks you through the collection of neuro-navigated simultaneously obtained Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) evoked EEG (TMS-EEG) data to investigate network-specific TMS-induced EEG activations, as in Ozdemir et al, 2020 (PNAS), focusing specifically on the methods of TMS-EEG data collection and analysis.
Thanks to your unwavering trust in us, Brain Products is continually growing. To keep offering you unrivaled services and customer support, we’re constantly looking for dedicated, highly skilled professionals to join our team. On that note, we’re excited to introduce our newest team member to you.