Johannes Jödicke

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Independent component analysis (ICA)-based muscle artefact correction has become a popular tool within electroencephalographic (EEG) research. As a comment on the article by McMenamin et al. (2010), we want to address three issues concerning the claimed lack of sensitivity and specificity of this method. The under- or overestimation of myogenic and(More)
When dealing with electroencephalograms (EEGs) recorded under resting conditions, periods of low-voltage activity might indicate drowsiness, but mental activation as well. Thus, low-voltage EEG retrieves a notorious source of confusion. The simultaneous occurrence of drowsiness related slow horizontal eye movements (SEM) allow to assign low-voltage(More)
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