Steve Luck will be giving an mini ERP bootcamp, based on his book, An Introduction to Event-Related Potentials (2005) (http://mindbrain.ucdavis.edu/people/sjluck). It is intended for beginning and intermediate researchers in event-related potentials, and for both basic scientists and clinical researchers.
- Date: 16th, 17th, 19th of August, 2013 (Friday, Saturday, Monday)
- Location: UCL campus, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium (SOCR -240)
The topics will include:
1) Where do ERPs come from? What do they mean?
2) ERP components
3) The design and interpretation of ERP experiments
4) EEG data acquisition
5) Filtering, artifact rejection, and artifact correction
6) Measuring and analyzing ERP components
7) ERP localization
8) Setting up and running an ERP lab
The Boot Camp consists of lectures on these topics, accompanied by guided discussions of ERP papers, activities, and individual consultations. The first day is the most intensive; the last day (half a day) will be a hands-on workshop on data analysis (ERPlab). Everyone at the workshop is asked to bring a computer running Matlab, EEGLAB, and ERPLAB (but it is possible to work in pairs on a single computer).
Please see the tentative sche dule.
If you any questions about the event, please contact bruno.rossion@ucl ouvain.be.
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