EEG and Co-Registration Laboratory
The EEG and Co-Registration Laboratory is used by members of the Perception, Cognition, and Neuroscience research group (including interns, MSc and PhD students, postdoc and visiting scholars) to investigate language, perception, and face processing.
The laboratory is equipped with a Faraday cage, EEG, and eye tracking systems to record adults’ EEG signal alone or simultaneously with participants’ eye movements.
Members of the EEG and Co-Registration Laboratory record participants’ EEG signal alone or simultaneously with eye movement recordings to investigate cognitive processes as they occur millisecond-by-millisecond.
Co-registration is a new and non-invasive technique that allows to precisely time-lock brain potentials to oculomotor events (i.e., fixations and saccades) and examine the electrical brain activity associated with cognitive processes that occur within an eye fixation. Using this methodological approach, we aim to untangle the time course of the foveal and parafoveal processes that underlie human cognition.
If you are interested in forming a collaboration, joining the lab during a research visit, or you are a prospective PhD student interested in joining the team, please contact a lab member by email.
- Professor Xuejun Bai (Academy of Psychology and Behavior, Tianjin Normal University, China)
- Dr Otto Loberg (Bournemouth University, UK)
- Dr Ascension Pagán (Northumbria University, UK)
- Professor Kevin Paterson (University of Leicester, UK)
- Professor Guoli Yan (Academy of Psychology and Behavior, Tianjin Normal University, China)
- Dr Manman Zhang (Academy of Psychology and Behavior, Tianjin Normal University, China)
- EEG systems: 64-Channels BrainCaps with passive electrodes (Brain Products UK Ltd); 64-Channels QuickCaps (Compumedics Neuroscan); SynAmps RT 64-channel amplifier (Compumedics Neuroscan); Faraday Cage.
- Eye tracker system: Desktop Mount Eyelink 1000 Plus (SR Research).
- Data analysis computers: Members of the lab have access to high-hand computers for data analyses of the co-registered data. In addition to the standard computing software, these computers are equipped with specialist software, including Matlab and its toolboxes and extensions (EEGLAB, EYE-EEG, Fieldtrip), R, Experiment Builder, Data Viewer.
Access via appointment with Dr Federica Degno (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The EEG and Co-Registration Laboratory can be found in DB142 of the Darwin BuildingGeneral Enquiry