Measuring the face-sensitive N170 with a gaming EEG system: A validation study.

  title={Measuring the face-sensitive N170 with a gaming EEG system: A validation study.},
  author={Peter de Lissa and Sidsel S{\"o}rensen and Nicholas A. Badcock and Johnson Thie and Genevieve McArthur},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience methods},
BACKGROUND The N170 is a "face-sensitive" event-related potential (ERP) that occurs at around 170ms over occipito-temporal brain regions. The N170's potential to provide insight into the neural processing of faces in certain populations (e.g., children and adults with cognitive impairments) is limited by its measurement in scientific laboratories that can appear threatening to some people. NEW METHOD The advent of cheap, easy-to-use portable gaming EEG systems provides an opportunity to… CONTINUE READING
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