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The EEG acquired simultaneously with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is distorted by a number of artefacts related to the presence of strong magnetic fields. In order to allow for a useful interpretation of the EEG data, it is necessary to reduce these artefacts. For the two most prominent artefacts, associated with magnetic field gradient(More)
The EEG acquired simultaneously with fMRI is distorted by a number of artefacts related to the presence of strong magnetic fields, which must be reduced in order to allow for a useful interpretation and quantification of the EEG data. For the two most prominent artefacts, associated with magnetic field gradient switching and the heart beat, reduction(More)
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