A Study of Evoked Potentials From Ear-EEG

@article{Kidmose2013ASO,
  title={A Study of Evoked Potentials From Ear-EEG},
  author={Preben Kidmose and David Looney and Michael Ungstrup and Mike Lind Rank and Danilo P. Mandic},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={60},
  pages={2824-2830}
}
  • P. Kidmose, D. Looney, +2 authors D. Mandic
  • Published 29 May 2013
  • Psychology, Computer Science, Medicine
  • IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
A method for brain monitoring based on measuring the electroencephalogram (EEG) from electrodes placed in-the-ear (ear-EEG) was recently proposed. The objective of this study is to further characterize the ear-EEG and perform a rigorous comparison against conventional on-scalp EEG. This is achieved for both auditory and visual evoked responses, over steady-state and transient paradigms, and across a population of subjects. The respective steady-state responses are evaluated in terms of signal… 
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