A Simple EEG Experiment

Carrying out an EEG experiment is complex, expensive and time-consuming. This blog post is meant to provide a series of guidelines by focusing on a concrete experiment. Hopefully this will teach you some basic concepts regarding experimental design in general and it might also save you some time and money by not falling into typical […]

6 Ways to EEG Gold

Recording a EEG signal can be tricky. Many conditions, internal and external, can affect the signal that you want to obtain. The quality of the sensor, the correct placement of the electrodes, the appearance of interferences, or many other issues can modify the fidelity of the signal you finally record. In his last post, Dr. […]

What is QEEG?

Non-invasive EEG recording techniques consist of the recording and interpretation of voltage fluctuations generated by the brain along the scalp, being measured by an array of electrodes that covers the whole scalp surface or a given area of interest. From the first EEG experiment recorded by Berger in 1929 to the late 1960’s EEG was […]