EEG Recorded from the Ear: Characterizing the Ear-EEG Method

@article{Mikkelsen2015EEGRF,
  title={EEG Recorded from the Ear: Characterizing the Ear-EEG Method},
  author={K. Mikkelsen and S. L. Kappel and D. Mandic and P. Kidmose},
  journal={Frontiers in Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={9}
}
Highlights Auditory middle and late latency responses can be recorded reliably from ear-EEG. For sources close to the ear, ear-EEG has the same signal-to-noise-ratio as scalp. Ear-EEG is an excellent match for power spectrum-based analysis. A method for measuring electroencephalograms (EEG) from the outer ear, so-called ear-EEG, has recently been proposed. The method could potentially enable robust recording of EEG in natural environments. The objective of this study was to substantiate the ear… Expand
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