• The sound of silence: an EEG hyperscanning study

The sound of silence: an EEG study of how musicians time pauses in individual and joint music performance

We recently investigated how musical partners resolve unmeasured expressive silences in musical interaction. Partners resolved shorter silences more synchronously than longer silences; partners also displayed enhanced neural markers of motor preparation for shorter relative to longer silences. Thus, shorter silences in interaction may facilitate interpersonal coordination.

  • From Movement to Action: An EEG Study into the Emerging Sense of Agency in Early Infancy

From Movement to Action: An EEG Study into the Emerging Sense of Agency in Early Infancy

This study investigates whether 4-month-old infants build causal action-effect models, a prerequisite for a sense of agency. Using behavioral and neural measures of violation of expectation, we found evidence for causal models only in a subset of infants. Thus, the sense of agency is beginning to emerge at this age.

Brain Products LSL on GitHub

Brain Products has been a big supporter of LabStreamingLayer (LSL) right from the very beginning. Since then, LSL has become a well-established tool for the EEG research community and beyond. To continue and improve our support for this system we provide a venue where interested researchers can easily find all the necessary tools and information.

  • Communication with the trigger port: A beginner’s guide

Communication with the trigger port: A beginner’s guide

Beginners from non-technical disciplines are often challenged when setting up their EEG experiment especially in terms of triggers/markers. If you are struggling with this topic, too, or want to learn more, check out our new “Beginner’s guide on Communication with the trigger port”.

2022-06-20T11:07:55+02:00August 24th, 2020|Categories: 2020, Issue 2/2020, Support & Tips|Tags: , , , , , |
  • combining Brain Products electrode systems with an EGI Net Amp

Adaptors to easily combine Brain Products and EGI hardware

Brain Products and EasyCap strive to present options so that you have the freedom of choice when combining our equipment with that of another manufacturer. Here we present adaptors for connecting Brain Products and EGI systems.

  • Interfacing Brain Products hardware and software from your favorite experiment control software

Interfacing Brain Products hardware and software from your favorite experiment control software

Brain Products strives to ensure compatibility with a wide range of software solutions applicable in all stages of your research project. Recent collaborations with the most established designers of software solutions for stimulus presentation and experiment control make your experiments more effortless to run. With centralized control and automatization, you can reduce errors and increase reliability when conducting your experiments.

New user manuals for the BrainAmp series of amplifiers

We are very proud that our BrainAmp MR series of amplifiers is the gold standard for combined EEG-fMRI measurements. While the BrainAmps themselves continue to be as robust and reliable as ever, we decided that the user manual was in need of an update. We are delighted to introduce two new documents to support our BrainAmp series of amplifiers.

  • Brain Products R-Net, our new sponge-based electrode system, is now available!

Brain Products R-Net, our new sponge-based electrode system, is now available!

We recently proudly revealed the R-Net, a sponge-based electrode system for research applications. Since the introduction, we have received positive feedback and a lot of interest from our customers worldwide. Today, we give you more details about our newest product.

2022-08-22T19:46:42+02:00April 30th, 2018|Categories: 2018, Issue 1/2018, Products & Applications|Tags: , , , , , |
  • The new Brain Products R-Net, a saltwater-based electrode system for research applications

The new Brain Products R-Net, a saltwater-based electrode system for research applications

We were proud and excited to reveal a new product at Neuroscience 2017. The R-Net is based on saltwater sponges and passive Ag/AgCl electrodes that are held in place with a durable and flexible silicone structure. It allows for rapid preparation and high recording flexibility.

2022-08-22T19:52:09+02:00December 28th, 2017|Categories: 2017, Issue 3/2017, Products & Applications|Tags: , , , , , |
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