About EEG Studies

 

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a non-invasive method for studying the brain. Researchers use sensors that detect electrical activity to understand the timing of changes in brain activity.  During the experiment, you will wear a stretchy cap with holes in it.  Researchers insert a gel and the sensors into the holes in this cap to record your brain's electrical activity while you look at pictures or listen to sounds.                                              

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