EEG is a very useful tool to gather insight into the brain activity. Using electrodes on the scalp and an EEG amplifier, brain waves can be recorded and interpreted by a researcher or clinician. By understanding measurement techniques and being aware of common artifacts, such as mains interferences or physiological artifacts, an accurate EEG signal can be measured. This can be used for many different applications in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, neurorehabilitation, and more.
This e-book contains a comprehensive overview of all the theory you will need to get started with your EEG research in Part 1. In addition to theory, three EEG research methods and applications will be highlighted in Part 2. Finally, this e-book will end with an example use case that shows how EEG can be used in clinical practice in Part 3.