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PSYC 4473 Event-Related Potentials: Laboratory Methods Course (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

When it comes to figuring out what the awake, human brain is doing, one of the most valuable tools is the use of electroencephalography (EEG) to measure the neural activity tied to particular types of events (event-related potentials, or ERPs). This course will serve as a hands-on introduction to ERPs, with equal parts discussion and hands-on application. Discussion will focus on the neurophysics of ERPs, the analysis of ERPs, and the insights that ERPs have yielded in the attention, language, and memory literatures. Hands-on activities will allow students to implement the laboratory techniques and analysis approaches discussed in class.

Instructor(s): Elizabeth Kensinger

Prerequisites: PSYC3371. With permission of the Instructor. PSYC3371 or PSYC3372 or permission of instructor.

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17