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Introduction


  It is during these tests that are performed on Record Type "event related potentials" (ERP) in electroencephalography (EEG). This is to record brain electrical potentials obtained in response to external stimuli (usually visual or auditory and sometimes engines). An experimental paradigm was previously developed as part of a biomedical research protocol, to define the particular context in which these records will be made. The post-project analysis of acquired signals on multiple channels (64 electrodes) will test the working hypotheses of departure.

Conditions of access

  Anyone with a research protocol accepted by a CPPRB and in which the unity ToNIC is directly involved (with the consent of the Director) can use this technical platform.

The unity provides a methodological, with N. CHAUVEAU, for the development of the protocol and the strategy for process data, but neither takes care of the implementation or further processing. There is no technical personnel assigned to this technical platform.
 

 


Equipment


Salle d'examen EEG/ERP de l'U825
Examination room EEG / ERP. The BIOSEMI device is located in the soundproof room near the seat of the subject.

Appareil BIOSEMI et sa batterie
BIOSEMI device and its battery


Electrodes actives BIOSEMI


BIOSEMI Electrodes active

Processing software used

  • SCAN Edit 4.3 (Neuroscan)

  • BESA

  • SPM8 (plugin Matlab)

  • EEGLAB (plugin Matlab)

  • LIMO (plugin EEGLAB)

  • sLORETA

 


Last updated April 13, 2016


Lastest publications


  • N. CHAUVEAU, X. FRANCERIES, F. AUBRY, P. CELSIS, B. RIGAUD. Cortical Imaging on a head Template: A Simulation Study Using a Resistor Mesh Model (RMM). Brain Topography, 21, 52-60, 2008.
  • N. CHAUVEAU, J-P. MORUCCI , X. FRANCERIES, P. CELSIS, B. RIGAUD. Resistor mesh model of a spherical head: Part 2: A review of applications to cortical mapping. Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 43, 703-711, 2005.
  • N. CHAUVEAU, J-P. MORUCCI , X. FRANCERIES, P. CELSIS, B. RIGAUD. Resistor mesh model of a spherical head: Part 1 : applications to scalp potential interpolation. Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 43, 694-702, 2005.
  • CHAUVEAU N., FRANCERIES X., DOYON B., RIGAUD B., MORUCCI J.P. and CELSIS P. Effects of skull thickness, anisotropy and inhomogeneity on forward EEG/ERP computations using a spherical 3D resistor mesh model. Human Brain Mapping, Vol. 21, N°2, 86-97, 2004.
  • X. FRANCERIES, B. DOYON, N. CHAUVEAU, B. RIGAUD, P. CELSIS and J-P. MORUCCI. Solution of Poisson's equation in a volume conductor using resistor mesh models: Application to event related potential imaging. Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 93, N°6, 3578-3588, 2003.

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