Given that electroencephalography (EEG) has been broadly used to study infant brain development and our eager-learner colleagues in the psychology department are very keen to learn this method, Szilvia Linnert held an EEG workshop and shared her experiences on infant and adult EEG research that she has been working on for a few years.
From shallow to profound, Szilvia delivered the workshop very smoothly. We learned from EEG basics to hands-on practice and now have more scientific knowledge about the advantages and disadvantages of using EEG for research.
Many thanks to Szilvia and Gert for organizing this workshop.
Special thanks to our little scientist Euan and his mommy Diana for being the best participants!