In this article we present a collection of common EEG artifacts with their characteristics and pictures to facilitate their identification, and various tools offered by BrainVision Analyzer 2 for artifact detection, rejection, and removal. Towards the end we make some suggestions for devising an overall artifact handling strategy.
Many of you might already be using the Wireless Trigger system to facilitate experiments that are utilizing the LiveAmp’s potential as a mobile amplifier. By pairing a single transmitter with multiple receivers, you can now maximize the possibilities of such a mobile experiment by adding more LiveAmps to run hyperscanning experiments.
In a recent publication, Anneke Hamann and Nils Carstengerde (German Aerospace Center, Institute of Flight Guidance) investigated pilots’ cognitive states using EEG & fNIRS and analyzed the effects of stepwise increased mental workload while controlling for fatigue. Here is an interview with the authors about their paper and their fascinating research.
The "UCL-CNT Early Career Investigator Award in Neuroimaging Techniques" acknowledges an exceptional contribution by a UCL (University College London) student or staff member in the early stages of their career and is sponsored by Brain Products and Brain Products UK. Here is a short portrait of the winner in 2021, Arman Eshaghi.
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