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Next EEG workshop will be a two-day EEG training workshop on 20-21 June 2019 (£700 per attendee). This workshop is aimed for those with little or no previous background in EEG research.
It will cover some theory but mainly hands on training on how to design a study, collect and analyse EEG data and present the findings.
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“The EEG training Workshop was professionally delivered in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. The workshop exceeded my expectations both in terms of content and process.”
-Dr Anastasia Giannakopoulou, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Bedfordshire
Electroencephalography (EEG) training
Methods and skills in EEG research. Workshops available for hands-on training in how to collect, record and analyse EEG data and successfully run an EEG study. Workshops can be tailored to meet your needs. The workshops are best suited to those looking to gain practical knowledge about EEG data collection and analysis, likely suited to doctoral students or researchers hoping to start using EEG.
If you’d like us to run a bespoke workshop for you and your team, get in touch via email: JonesSilasLab@mdx.ac.uk
Between us we experience in using the following EEG systems for data collection:
We are also have experience in the following analysis softwares:
“Psychology at Middlesex University provided an extremely useful EEG training experience which was the perfect mix between theory and hands-on application of the hardware and software necessary to conduct experiments on event-related potential.”
-Dr William M Brown, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Bedfordshire
‘I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop and was made to feel very welcome by Alex. In addition I was quite impressed by their EEG lab.’
-Paul Cavendish, Lab Manager