Methodological aspects of EEG and body dynamics measurements during motion

  title={Methodological aspects of EEG and body dynamics measurements during motion},
  author={Pedro Miguel Reis and Felix Hebenstreit and Florian Gabsteiger and Vinzenz von Tscharner and Matthias Lochmann},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
EEG involves the recording, analysis, and interpretation of voltages recorded on the human scalp which originate from brain gray matter. EEG is one of the most popular methods of studying and understanding the processes that underlie behavior. This is so, because EEG is relatively cheap, easy to wear, light weight and has high temporal resolution. In terms of behavior, this encompasses actions, such as movements that are performed in response to the environment. However, there are… CONTINUE READING
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