Date: January 6 2021
Summary: How EEGs were used to measure brain activity in this study
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M. S. Worden, J. J. Foxe, N. Wang, and G. V. Simpson, "Anticipatory Biasing of Visuospatial Attention Indexed by Retinotopically Specific α-Bank Electroencephalography Increases over Occipital Cortex," J. Neurosci., vol. 20, no. 6, pp. RC63–RC63, Mar. 2000, doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.20-06-j0002.2000.
EEGs from 128 tin electrodes, referenced to the nose. Data acquired at 500 Hz (pass band of DC, 100 Hz), impedances < 10 KOhms, and interelectrode spacing at 2.4 cm. Eye position monitored with electrooculographic recordings from the external canthi. Eye movements and artifacts were removed off-line.
QUESTION: How was it referenced to the nose? QUESTION: What is an electrooculographic recording? QUESTION: Where is the external canthi?
Zelko, Jacob. Anticipatory Biasing of Visuospatial Attention Indexed by Retinotopically Specific α-Bank Electroencephalography Increases over Occipital Cortex. https://jacobzelko.com/01062021042121-anticipatory-biasing. January 6 2021.