A new major update of our flagship analysis software, BrainVision Analyzer 2, is about to be released. In this article we intend to familiarize you with the most salient features coming with Analyzer 2.2.0, hoping they have a positive impact on your research work.
How does the reference affect my data? What happens during re-referencing? This article provides some useful information about referencing that might help you choosing the optimal reference for your data analysis.
Alcohol intoxication impairs motor coordination, judgement, and decision-making. Interestingly, research suggests that the impact of alcohol consumption continues beyond the point of intoxication and into a period of alcohol hangover. Here, we examined differences in the amplitude of reward positivity – an event-related brain potential component associated with learning and how the amplitude of this component was impacted by alcohol hangover
The new Wireless Trigger set consists of a transmitter, connected to a trigger source, and a receiver, connected to an amplifier. This solution allows you to replace a trigger cable in your experimental setup making it completely wireless and opens new exciting ways to approach your mobile EEG research.
In issue 01/2017 we published an “actiCAP active Electrodes Walkthrough” guide to the practical use of actiCAP electrodes. Given the release of our new actiCAP slim electrodes, here is a detailed walkthrough showing you how to use actiCAP slim electrodes. Again, we added tricks and tips that help to make your recording sessions as smooth as possible.
What do I need in order to include source analysis as part of my analysis pipeline? This article provides you with the solution mainly focusing on LORETA. We will also walk you through the requirements prior to applying LORETA so that you will be able to make the best usage of LORETA in BrainVision Analyzer 2.
Our new Remote Control Server 2 (RCS) is available for download. It is a free tool that allows to control BrainVision Recorder from any stimulus presentation software. Remote Control Server 2 helps to automatize your EEG recording sessions and reduces chances of user errors so that you successfully execute your experiment.
In our recently published study, we show that a blocking suggestion given under hypnosis has significant impact on visual perception and underlying brain responses measured via EEG.
The actiCAP active electrodes are widely used. They work with our actiCAP system, the actiCHamp and the LiveAmp. In this article we provide you with a guide to the practical use of actiCAP electrodes. We add tricks and tips that help to make your recording sessions as smooth as possible.
Why markers? Investigating electrophysiological effects that evolve over hundreds of milliseconds requires precisely timed triggers that can be used for trial alignment or averaging. This article will give you an overview of how to manage, edit and process your markers most efficiently in Analyzer 2.