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Recording Brain Activity with Ear-Electroencephalography

DOI :

10.3791/64897-v

9:58 min

March 31st, 2023

March 31st, 2023

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1Neurophysiology of Everyday Life Group, Department of Psychology, University of Oldenburg, 2Research Center for Neurosensory Science, University of Oldenburg

Presented here is the procedure for using the c-grid (ear-electroencephalography, sold under the name cEEGrid) for recording brain activity in and beyond the lab for extended durations. This protocol describes how to set up these arrays and how to record brain activity using them.

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Ear electroencephalography

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