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March 27, 2020
Quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) is the mathematical analysis of the brain’s electrical activity, mainly power spectral analyses, to obtain metrics that may be associated with behavioral-cognitive function.
March 20, 2020
When choosing an electroencephalogram (EEG) device within the constraints of a project requirements, it is important to find the maximum performance possible by balancing features and value. This article focuses on the EEG sensor layer features, including the type of sensor (dry/wet), shielding, and electrode placement, in order to give guidelines to help in the selection process.
March 12, 2020
Dry-EEG systems can open the door for the application of neuroscience in real-world settings, and the market to a new generation of products and services based on neurotechnology. However, there are many open questions related to their reliability, accuracy and signal quality. This post will give the reader solid arguments for selecting a technology that fits the application requirements.
March 3, 2020
Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) occupy an emerging field with the potential of changing the world, with diverse applications from rehabilitation to human augmentation. In this post, we will provide some insights into what BCIs are, how they are built, and what are the most promising applications that may be available in the near future.
August 19, 2019
More and more people wish to improve their academic or professional performance by training their cognitive capabilities. This means improving cognitive functioning until each person’s optimal. Do you know what cognitive performance is and how it can be trained? This post will provide more information on high cognitive performance and the most frequent techniques employed to achieve it.
August 15, 2019
Usually, cognitive deterioration is one of the most common subjects discussed in primary care. This condition progressively evolves with age, and requires specific interventions to be reverted, improving cognitive performance. Cognitive rehabilitation has the objective of improving cognitive functions such as memory, attention and language, which have a great impact on the life of patients. We summarize within this post the most common cognitive rehabilitation strategies and application areas.
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