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Title:All Wired Up
Author(s):Senetar, Alexander
Contributor(s):Garnsey, Susan M.
Subject(s):Electrical Brain Activity
Abstract:This selfie shows undergraduate research assistant, Alexander Senetar, wired up in a state of the art, new technology created at the University of Illinois called EROS (Event-Related Optical Signaling). EROS provides high accuracy and precision in showing brain activity in real time. This brain imaging technique is currently being used at Beckman Institute research labs to study cognitive neuroscience, psycholinguistics and speech perception. Our Language and Brain lab is involved in the study of speech perception and language comprehension. For 4 years, I have been an undergraduate research assistant at Beckman and studied the electrophysiological responses to differences in speaking rate and recorded electrical brain activity. For more information about the Image of Research--Undergraduate Edition go to:
Issue Date:2014-05
Rights Information:Copyright 2014 Alexander Senetar
Date Available in IDEALS:2014-05-15

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