Adjusting EEG coherence for inter-electrode distance effects: an exploration in normal children.

Abstract

Electroencephalographic (EEG) coherence between two points is strongly related to the distance between them, being inflated by volume conduction effects at short distances and reduced by signal phase differences at larger distances. This precludes simple comparison of coherence estimates involving different inter-electrode distances. We investigated… (More)

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@article{Barry2005AdjustingEC, title={Adjusting EEG coherence for inter-electrode distance effects: an exploration in normal children.}, author={Robert J Barry and Adam R. Clarke and Rory McCarthy and Mark Selikowitz}, journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology}, year={2005}, volume={55 3}, pages={313-21} }