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Analyzing combined eye-tracking/EEG experiments with (non)linear deconvolution models

By Olaf Dimigen and B. Ehinger
Fixation-related potentials (FRPs), neural responses aligned to saccade offsets, are a promising tool to study the dynamics of attention and cognition under natural viewing conditions. In the past, four methodological problems have complicated the analysis of such combined eye-tracking/EEG experiments: (i) the synchronization of data streams, (ii) the removal of... Show more
January 7, 2021
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