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October 30, 2020
EEG/MEG might be useful tools to add to your language sciences research. Helping answer your ‘How, when, where, what, and why?’ questions
These are strange and potentially lonely times, so join us for a chinwag and a cuppa at the Language Sciences virtual drop-in hour!
At this drop-in, Dr. Herdman will give a 15 to 20 minute overview presentation on the basic principles for conducting electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) studies, including simple and advanced analyses techniques such as functional connectivity and machine learning.
The remainder of the hour will be Q&A so bring your questions and your favorite beverage as we sit down to discuss using EEG and MEG in your language sciences research projects.