EEG and ERP Laboratory
Experiment Demonstration
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The goal of our research is to examine the role the brain plays in the development of infant attention. We present pictures, movies, or sounds to infants and see if they recognize them and pay attention to them. We record the "electroencephalogram" (EEG) because it measures brain activity. We can relate the brain activity to the attention to the pictures, movies, or sounds. This is a baby with a EEG recording net that measures 128 channels of EEG activity.