Electromyogenic Artifacts and Electroencephalographic Inferences

@article{Shackman2009ElectromyogenicAA,
  title={Electromyogenic Artifacts and Electroencephalographic Inferences},
  author={Alexander J. Shackman and Brenton W. McMenamin and Heleen A. Slagter and Jeffrey S. Maxwell and Lawrence L. Greischar and Richard J. Davidson},
  journal={Brain Topography},
  year={2009},
  volume={22},
  pages={7-12}
}
Muscle or electromyogenic (EMG) artifact poses a serious risk to inferential validity for any electroencephalography (EEG) investigation in the frequency-domain owing to its high amplitude, broad spectrum, and sensitivity to psychological processes of interest. Even weak EMG is detectable across the scalp in frequencies as low as the alpha band. Given these hazards, there is substantial interest in developing EMG correction tools. Unfortunately, most published techniques are subjected to only… CONTINUE READING
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