Assessment of EEG Signal Quality in Motion Environments

@inproceedings{Kerick2009AssessmentOE,
  title={Assessment of EEG Signal Quality in Motion Environments},
  author={Scott E. Kerick and Kelvin S. Oie and Kaleb McDowell},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract : Assessing the neurocognitive demands of humans operating in real-world environments is critical for understanding Soldier performance. However, the capability to reliably measure brain dynamics of Soldiers in operational environments is a major challenge because of inherent artifacts in real environments. This study quantified the integrity of electroencephalographic (EEG) signals as a function of varied motion artifacts that are characteristic of realistic environments. Participants… CONTINUE READING

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