Electroencephalograpy (EEG) 

Electroencephalography (EEG) is used to evaluate different aspects of cognitive and brain development.  EEG has been used in developmental studies for more than 40 years, and represents a simple, entirely non-invasive and relatively inexpensive way of examining the brain’s electrical activity. 

The EEG net consists of electrodes which collect the electrical response in the brain in response to various stimuli (sounds or images on the screen).

We are using a Hydrocel Geodesic 128 channel EEG net designed by Electrical Geodesics, Inc.   

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