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Welcome to the CBU EEG lab

The CBU EEG lab hosts a variety of research projects in the areas of perception, language and cognition. We employ a 128-channel, active electrode BrainAmp (Brain Products) EEG setup.

In addition to measuring ERPs, we perform MEG (magnetoencephalography) in our CBU MEG Laboratory.

If you are new to EEG and MEG analysis, you may want to read to read our Introduction to EEG/MEG data processing.


We use methods with high temporal resolution such as magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG) to reveal the precise time-course of cognitive processes such as language, auditory/visual perception and decision making. In the case of language comprehension, for example, time course information is crucial, because language comprehension is a dynamic process that involves the integration of various types of information (phonological, syntactic, semantic etc) over a very short time interval. One of our primary goals is to integrate the precise temporal information provided by EEG and MEG with data obtained from functional Magnetic Resonance Tomography (fMRI).

For general requests concerning the EEG lab, contact clare.cook@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk or olaf.hauk@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk .

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