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Neurocognition of Language Lab
Classes at Teachers College
An introductory EEG/ERP methods seminar is generally offered each year in the Spring and Summer semesters. The class is an intensive learning experience generally held on Fridays and/or Saturdays, including time in the Neurocognition of Language Lab.
Email [firstname.lastname@example.org] if you are interested in taking the class -- an application is required for instructor approval for the class.
- An Introduction To The Event-Related Potential Technique
By Steven J. Luck
- The Oxford Handbook of Event-Related Potential Components
Edited by Steven J. Luck and Emily S. Kappenman
- Event-Related Potentials, A Methods Handbook
Edited by Todd C. Handy
Electrical Geodesics Inc (Eugene, Oregon) offers training course in the summer providing introductory and advanced training in the use of the dEEG system used in the Neurocognition of Language Lab. Contact the lab director if you are considering attending.
Visit the EGI Education website for more information.
The UC-Davis ERP Boot Camp is an intensive introduction to the ERP technique, organized and led by Steve Luck with additional lectures by many other ERP experts. The boot camp consists of lectures on these topics, accompanied by discussions of classic and contemporary ERP papers and guided lab activities (e.g., EEG recording, filtering waveforms, measuring ERP components). We also provide opportunities to meet individually or in small groups with ERP experts, who can provide personalized advice and information.
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