Protected: What Are Brain Waves?

The world of science is a world of publication counts and citation statistics. And in neuroscience, things are no different. It seems now, more than ever, that having your work published determines the trajectory of your career (although thankfully, this isn’t always true). To get more insight, we were interested in what gets published, and, […]

Protected: A Guide to EEG Basics (Electroencephalography) & Devices Used

Every machine requires some circuitry or motherboard that controls the machine’s functions and operations. Likewise, humans also possess a complex computing system inside the body: the brain. The brain’s inner workings and connections are mysterious. An intricate system of neurons link together to form the brain’s jelly-like morphology. Advancements in medical science and inventions have […]

Protected: Tech Is Good

Here’s a quick summary of each role, with detailed descriptions further down this page: Each user role is capable of everything that a less powerful role is capable of. In other words, Editors can do everything Authors can do, Authors can do everything Contributors can do, and so on. Administrator

Protected: We Love Tech

Here’s a quick summary of each role, with detailed descriptions further down this page: Each user role is capable of everything that a less powerful role is capable of. In other words, Editors can do everything Authors can do, Authors can do everything Contributors can do, and so on. Administrator

Protected: Tech Is Great

Filters are commonly used during clinical assessment of EEG brainwaves. They are recommended in the ACNS guidelines¹ to reduce electrical noise and improve EEG data quality. The basics of filter theory are part of the training curriculum for physicians and EEG techs² alike, yet the impact of filters on interpreting data is not always apparent to […]

Protected: We Love Wearable Tech

Wearable technology provides us with the ability to monitor our fitness levels, track our location with GPS, and view text messages more quickly. Best of all, most of the devices that allow us to do this are hands free and portable, eliminating the need to take our devices out of our pockets.

Protected: Why We Don’t Use Filters

Filters are commonly used during clinical assessment of EEG brainwaves. They are recommended in the ACNS guidelines¹ to reduce electrical noise and improve EEG data quality. The basics of filter theory are part of the training curriculum for physicians and EEG techs² alike, yet the impact of filters on interpreting data is not always apparent to […]