Objective measurement of integration processes during local-global motion perception

2018-2019 Spring
Faculty Department of Project Supervisor: 
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
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The aim of this project is to generate stimulus and design electroencephalography (EEG) experiment. In the follow-up EEG study, we aim to differentiate neural responses to a local motion from the neural responses to a global motion. In order to achieve this, we will apply “frequency tagging technique” to a bistable stimulus. This project involves strong programming skills; therefore, good knowledge of MATLAB or Python is required to design the experiment. If you are interested in neuroscience and would like to gain knowledge about designing an EEG experiment you can learn a lot from the project.

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Computer Science and Engineering
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