If EEG/ERP is a new addition to your lab, you can use EMSE to rapidly master all of the steps that can lead you to discover and visualize new phenomena in your experimental data. Have you already identified phenomena at the scalp? Then you can use source reconstruction and source signal estimation tools in EMSE to understand where and when these phenomena arise in the cortex. Going further, if you have participant MRIs, then you can use EMSE to sort out meaningful individual differences from incidental differences that derive from personal cortical folding patterns. In all cases, we can remotely assist with the steps.
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Useful COVID-19 Resources
- Cortech Solutions - Special Considerations for Human Neuroscience Research in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic
- DRAFT Protocol for reducing COVID-19 transmission risk in EEG research. Aaron M. Simmons and Steven J. Luck, Center for Mind & Brain, University of California Davis