• Amplifiers

How to decide which EEG amplifier best fits your research

You would like to start with EEG research, but you are unsure what amplifier works best for you? Given the range of possibilities, it can be hard to choose the best EEG amplifier for your research. If you could use some guidance, this article is a good start for you!

  • Electrode Technology

How to decide which EEG electrode technology best fits your research

You would like to start with EEG research, but you are unsure what type of electrode technology works best for you? Given the range of possibilities, it can be hard to choose the best EEG system for your research. If you could use some guidance, this article is a good start for you!

  • A guide to peripheral physiology measurements using the Brain Amp ExG MR – Part 2: Let’s focus on ECG

A guide to peripheral physiology measurements using the BrainAmp ExG MR – Part 2: Let’s focus on ECG

In this part of our peripheral physiology series we introduce ECG measurement using BrainAmp ExG MR in the MR environment. The safety issues associated with ECG in the MR environment are highlighted. We explain the mechanisms which may limit the signal quality and introduce a methodology to obtain precise heart rate information.

  • Keeping active electrodes fit and well: A guide for diagnosis and repair

Keeping active electrodes fit and well: A guide for diagnosis and repair

Are you a user of the Brain Products active electrodes? Do you struggle to check whether your active electrodes are still fit for recording? Was it already suggested to perform a “saline test” but you are not sure on how to interpret the outcome of your test? This article might be ideal for you!

  • Combining EEG and eye tracking: a workflow for your mobile experiment

Combining EEG and eye tracking: a workflow for your mobile experiment

Are you fascinated by mobile EEG and would like to explore real-world scenarios, but are unsure of how to prepare your setup and overcome its technical challenges? Read on to learn about how we combined EEG with wearable eye tracking from our partner Tobii Pro. We’ll show you how to optimize your setup and provide some inspiration for your next investigations!

  • A guide to peripheral physiology measurements using the BrainAmp ExG MR – Part 1: Let’s focus on EMG

A guide to peripheral physiology measurements using the BrainAmp ExG MR – Part 1: Let’s focus on EMG

Using the BrainAmp ExG MR to record peripheral physiology in the scanner can add another level of measurement to your studies. If you want to learn more about performing safe and successful EMG measurements in the MR environment, this article is for you.

  • Combining EEG and eye tracking: a workflow for your lab experiment

Combining EEG and eye tracking: a workflow for your lab experiment

Combining EEG and eye tracking can open new possibilities for your EEG analysis. In this article, we will mention important aspects to consider when planning your EEG & eye tracking experiment, and we show step by step how you can set up lab-based recordings with our actiCHamp Plus EEG amplifier and the Tobii Pro Spectrum eye tracker.

  • A “how-to” guide on combining Brain Products equipment for Sport Psychophysiology

A “how-to” guide on combining Brain Products equipment for Sport Psychophysiology

In this article, we provide you with an example on the “how-to” of acquiring and analysing sport psychophysiology data. Given the potential complexity of the topic, we decided to focus on the concrete example of golf putting. However, our hope is to provide you with a general idea that you can re-shape and adapt to other sport movements that are of interest to your research question.

  • Methodology for characterizing network activations with neuro-navigated TMS and EEG

Methodology for characterizing network activations with neuro-navigated TMS and EEG

This aEEG-TMSrticle walks you through the collection of neuro-navigated simultaneously obtained Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) evoked EEG (TMS-EEG) data to investigate network-specific TMS-induced EEG activations, as in Ozdemir et al, 2020 (PNAS), focusing specifically on the methods of TMS-EEG data collection and analysis.

2022-03-14T16:01:56+01:00December 4th, 2020|Categories: 2020, Issue 3/2020, Support & Tips, User Research|Tags: , , , , , |
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