[Eeglablist] EEG reference

Guillaume A. Rousselet rousseg at univmail.cis.mcmaster.ca
Wed Nov 9 13:10:11 PST 2005


check these 2 great reference books:

Event-related potentials: a methods handbook, edited by Todd C.  
Handy, MIT press 2005
An introduction to the event-related potential technique, by Steven  
J. Luck, MIT press 2005


On Nov 9, 2005, at 7:04 AM, AB wrote:

> Hello
> I was looking for a good EEG reference (book, paper, review)  
> explaining the meaning of EEG epoch, single trial, P300 etc, so is  
> not a general EEG reference, rather a EEG reference for the  
> researcher.
> Thanks in Advance
> AB
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McMaster University,
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