Research Facilities - Neurophysiology of Aging Laboratory
The Neurophysiology of Aging Laboratory is used for electroencephalography (EEG) experiments in human perception, cognition, and aging. The lab houses two 64-channel Compumedics Neuroscan EEG systems with SynAmps2 amplifiers and a selection of 64-channel Quick Caps in a range of sizes. The lab also includes two workstations, a sound-treated and electrically shielded booth, and a Tucker-Davis Technologies (TDT) psychoacoustics system. One workstation is used to create and present carefully calibrated auditory and visual stimuli, as well as record ongoing (continuous) EEG activity. The second workstation is dedicated to data processing and analysis.
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