A study of evoked potentials from ear-EEG

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A study of evoked potentials from ear-EEG
Authors: Preben Kidmose, David Looney, Michael Ungstrup, Mike Lind Rank, Danilo P. Mandic
Citation: IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 60 (10): 2824-2830. 2013
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DOI: 10.1109/TBME.2013.2264956.
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A study of evoked potentials from ear-EEG is a study on ear-electroencephalography (ear-EEG) with steady-state evoked potential.

Auditory steady-state response, where noise amplitude-modulated with a 40 Hz sinosoid shows up in the ear-eeg with a 20 dB signal-to-noise ratio. Generally they see better SNR for ear-EEG than for scalp-EEG.

Signals from steady-state visual evoked potential with a 10 Hz visual stimulus show also up in ear-EEG with a SNR of approximately the same size as a temporal scalp-electrode

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