Using EEG to Study Cognitive Development: Issues and Practices.


Developmental research is enhanced by use of multiple methodologies for examining psychological processes. The electroencephalogram (EEG) is an efficient and relatively inexpensive method for the study of developmental changes in brain-behavior relations. In this review, we highlight some of the challenges for using EEG in cognitive development research. We also list best practices for incorporating this methodology into the study of early cognitive processes. Consideration of these issues is critical for making an informed decision regarding implementation of EEG methodology.

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@article{Bell2012UsingET, title={Using EEG to Study Cognitive Development: Issues and Practices.}, author={Martha Ann Bell and Kimberly Cuevas}, journal={Journal of cognition and development : official journal of the Cognitive Development Society}, year={2012}, volume={13 3}, pages={281-294} }