Working with MEG: A Practical Guide to Magnetoencephalography
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Description for Working with MEG: A Practical Guide to Magnetoencephalography Paperback. Series: Practical Guides to Neuroimaging. Num Pages: 150 pages, 40 colour line drawings. BIC Classification: 2AB; CFGR; DSBD; DSC. Category: (G) General (US: Trade); (U) Tertiary Education (US: College). Dimension: 198 x 129. .
- An accessible and user-friendly introduction to using magnetoencephalography (MEG) in neuroscience research.
- Covers the background to MEG technology, how to use it and how to read results.
- Provides examples of commonly used applications of MEG.
- Can be used by students or early career researchers looking for a simple guide to a new method.
- Packed with illustrative figures including examples of MEG scans.
- Includes glossary of key terms.
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About Gavin Perry
Gavin Perry is Multimodal Laboratories Manager at Cardiff University Brain Research Imagine Centre (CUBRIC). His research interest is in the application of MEG to the study of visual perception.
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"Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is increasingly being used to provide new insights into brain function in both health and disease, providing a richness of information that cannot be provided by any other non-invasive technique in humans. However, this complexity means that MEG can be daunting for new students and researchers. In this book, Dr Perry provides an excellent introduction to the core