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Neuroadaptive electroencephalography: a proof-of-principle study in infants

  title={Neuroadaptive electroencephalography: a proof-of-principle study in infants},
  author={Pedro F. da Costa and R. Haartsen and Ellen L. Throm and L. Mason and Anna Gui and R. Leech and E. Jones},
A core goal of functional neuroimaging is to study how the environment is processed in the brain. The mainstream paradigm involves concurrently measuring a broad spectrum of brain responses to a small set of environmental features preselected with reference to previous studies or a theoretical framework. As a complement, we invert this approach by allowing the investigator to record the modulation of a preselected brain response by a broad spectrum of environmental features. Our approach is… Expand

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