Introduction to EEG and Its Importance

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a non-invasive method used to measure electrical activity in the brain. This technique involves placing electrodes on the scalp, which detect tiny electrical charges resulting from the activity of brain cells. Principles of Brain Activity Measurement EEG captures the brain’s electrical symphony, a complex performance produced by the synchronized activity of neurons. …

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Guide to Analyzing EEG Data

Understanding EEG Signals Basics of Brain Activity and Electrical Signals The human brain is a complex network of billions of neurons, nerve cells, that communicate with each other through electrical impulses. These electrical signals are the basis of brain function, influencing everything from sensory perception to motor control, cognition, and emotions. How EEG Signals are …

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