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.
BIDS adopts BrainVision Core Data Format 1.0 as one of the recommended official EEG/iEEG data formats
Initially, the BIDS (Brain Imaging Data Structure) standard aimed to create standards for organizing Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) datasets. As such standards are also needed for Electroencephalography (EEG) and intracranial Electroencephalography (iEEG) data, BIDS has expanded its efforts in this direction, and we happily announce that our BrainVision Core Data Format 1.0 was adopted as one of the recommended official EEG/iEEG data formats.
This user research summary is based on the article “Acute Biphasic Effects of Ayahuasca“. Ayahuasca is an amerindian psychoactive sacrament used worldwide. Neuroscience studies have shown contradictory results regarding its effects in the brain. Combining EEG, plasma samples and robust statistics, we’ve uncovered biphasic effects in the brain which are related to many psychoactive compounds, not only N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT), as previously proposed.
BrainVision Analyzer 2 offers some nice export options that will suit (almost) every need for external processing. This article will summarize the most important routes out of Analyzer 2 and give some examples of how to use them within your own analysis.