Proceedings of EEG Spring School at King’s College London

by Glenn Kitsune, PhD1 & Grainne McLoughlin, PhD2 1Post-Doctoral Study Manager and Course Leader for EEG Spring School, Department of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London 2Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience and Director of EEG Studies, Social Genetic Developmental Psychiatry Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London ……

An introduction to mobile brain/body imaging (MoBI)

by Klaus Gramann Biological Psychology and Neuroergonomics, Berlin Institute of Technology (Germany) Imaging the human brain during active behavior is essential to understand how the brain supports natural cognitive processes that are based on and make use of our physical structure. A new imaging modality, mobile brain/body imaging (MoBI), uses electroencephalography (EEG) synchronized to motion…

Non-invasive brain-machine interfaces to powered exoskeletons for restoration of walking

by Jose L ‘Pepe’ Contreras-Vidal and Atilla Kilicarslan University of Houston (USA), Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering This article reviews research at the University of Houston on the design of non-invasive and reliable brain-machine interface (BMI) systems for the control of powered exoskeletons for restoration and rehabilitation of gait in persons with paraplegia and…

Event-related brain potentials reveal neural substrates of cognitive flexibility

by Bruno Kopp Department of Neurology, Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany Acknowledgement 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. Introduction Cognitive…

When neuroscience gets wet and hardcore: Neurocognitive markers obtained during whole-body water immersion

by Stefan Schneider (1), Jeffrey J. H. Cheung (2) and Sebastian Dern (1) (1) Institute of Movement and Neurosciences, German Sport University Cologne, Cologne, Germany (2) Institute of Medical Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada During the last years a growing body of literature has emerged trying to assess brain activity under…

CapTrak: Brain Products’ accurate, fast electrode localization tool designed for actiCAP active electrodes

by Pierluigi Castellone Sales Manager (Brain Products) Brain Products is excited to announce a groundbreaking development soon to be released: CapTrak, a light, handheld scanner equipped with two integrated cameras and an intuitive, easy-to-use software. CapTrak innovatively employs a triangulation method which allows to detect the positions of the actiCAP active electrodes within very short…