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Abbreviations: EEG


Category: Electroencephalography

Brain measurement


Event-related potential
Electroencephalogram analysis
Amplitude-integrated electroencephalography
10-20 system

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Electroencephalography (EEG).

Characteristics of the wave:



[edit] Software

  1. Cartool
  3. EEGtools, Python
  4. MNE, Python
  5. Neuroelectromagnetic Forward Modeling Toolbox (NFT)
  6. Spyndle

[edit] Data

See also http://sccn.ucsd.edu/~arno/fam2data/publicly_available_EEG_data.html

  1. DEAPDataset [1]. For academic use.
  2. EEG Single Subject Mismatch Negativity dataset, [2], data set for SPM manual.[1]
  3. European Epilepsy Database, [3], commercial data set.
  4. Grasp-and-Lift EEG Detection, 2015 Kaggle competition.
  5. HeadIT, an EEG database. [4]
    1. "RSVP Target Detection" (8 subjects, 15 number of sessions)[2]
    2. "Imagined Emotion" (31 subjects, 32 number of sessions)
    3. "Auditory-Visual Attention Shift"
  6. PhysioNet[3]
    1. CHB-MIT Scalp EEG Database, [5][4]
    2. EEG Motor Movement/Imagery Dataset [6][5]
    3. Evoked Auditory Responses in Normals across Stimulus Level [7][6]

Name Subjects Channels Runs/states Minutes Sessions/subj. Ref
DEAP 32 32 1 40 (?) [7]
CHB-MIT Scalp EEG Database 22 23 (9-23) 1-2 [8][9]
The Bern-Barcelona EEG database [10]
EEG Motor Movement/Imagery Dataset 109 64 16 1 1(?)
EEG Single Subject Mismatch Negativity dataset 1 128 [11]
HeadIT Five-Box Task Study 60 31 1 [12]
HeadIT Imagined Emotion 31 256 1-2 [13][14]
BCI Competition III Data set V 3 32 3 [15]
1989 Keirn and Aunon 7 6 5*5 1(?) [8]

[edit] Ontologies

  1. HED, Hierarchical Event Descriptor ontology for EEG events

[edit] Papers

[edit] Reviews

  1. The neurophysiological bases of EEG and EEG measurement: a review for the rest of us

[edit] Original papers

  1. A neural marker of perceptual consciousness in infants
  2. Anticipatory electroencephalography alpha rhythm predicts subjective perception of pain intensity
  3. Real-time detection of brain events in EEG

[edit] Personal EEG

  1. A smartphone interface for a wireless EEG headset with real-time 3D reconstruction
  2. Development of a mobile EEG-based biometric authentication system (Emotiv)
  3. Smartphones get emotional: mind reading images and reconstructing the neural sources
  4. Use of personal EEG monitors in a behavioral neuroscience course to investigate natural setting sleep patterns and the factors affecting them in college students

[edit] fMRI

  1. Correspondence between EEG-fMRI and EEG dipole localisation of interictal discharges in focal epilepsy

[edit] EEG tools

  1. Academic software applications for electromagnetic brain mapping using MEG and EEG
  2. EEG and MEG Data Analysis in SPM8

[edit] See also

  1. Emocap[16]
  2. Emotiv

[edit] References

  1. Dynamic causal modelling of evoked potentials: a reproducibility study
  2. Brain Activity-Based Image Classification From Rapid Serial visual Presentation
  3. PhysioBank, PhysioToolkit, and PhysioNet: components of a new research resource for complex physiologic signals
  4. Application of machine learning to epileptic seizure onset detection and treatment
  5. BCI2000: a general-purpose brain-computer interface (BCI) system
  6. Estimating loudness growth from tone-burst evoked responses
  7. DEAP: a database for emotion analysis using physiological signals
  8. Application of Machine Learning to Epileptic Seizure Onset Detection and Treatment
  9. PhysioToolkit, and PhysioNet: Components of a New Research Resource for Complex Physiologic Signals
  10. Nonrandomness, nonlinear dependence, and nonstationarity of electroencephalographic recordings from epilepsy patients
  11. Dynamic causal modelling of evoked potentials: a reproducibility study
  12. Parietal damage and narrow spotlight spatial attention
  13. High-frequency broadband modulations of electroencephalographic spectra
  14. Independent modulators of regional EEG alpha sub-band power during a working memory task
  15. On the need for on-line learning in brain-computer interfaces
  16. How about taking a low-cost, small, and wireless EEG for a walk?
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