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Mobile steady-state evoked potential recording: dissociable neural effects of real-world navigation and visual stimulation

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Jul 16, 2019

James DowsettPaul C J Taylor

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Background The ability to record brain activity in humans during movement, and in real world environments, is an important step towards understanding cognition. Electroencephalography (EEG) is well suited to mobile applications but suffers from the problem of artefacts introduced into t...read more

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Mobile steady-state evoked potential recording: dissociable neural effects of real-world navigation and visual stimulation

bioRxiv

Jul 16, 2019

James DowsettPaul C J Taylor

DOI: 10.1101/705095

Abstract

Background The ability to record brain activity in humans during movement, and in real world environments, is an important step towards understanding cognition. Electroencephalography (EEG) is well suited to mobile applications but suffers from the problem of artefacts introduced into t...read more

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Electroencephalography
Three-dimensional
Neuroma
Vision
Brain
Environment
TGFBI
Participant
Right
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6

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