Ocular artifacts in EEG and event-related potentials I: Scalp topography

@article{Lins2005OcularAI,
  title={Ocular artifacts in EEG and event-related potentials I: Scalp topography},
  author={O. Lins and T. Picton and P. Berg and M. Scherg},
  journal={Brain Topography},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={51-63}
}
SummaryThe ocular artifacts that contaminate the EEG derive from the potential difference between the cornea and the fundus of the eye. This corneofundal or corneoretinal potential can be considered as an equivalent dipole with its positive pole directed toward the cornea. The cornea shows a steady DC potential of approximately +13 mV relative to the forehead. Blink potentials are caused by the eyelids sliding down over the positively charged cornea. The artifacts from eye-movements result from… Expand
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