Since its introduction in first half of the 20th century, electroencephalograpy (EEG) found extensive application in both clinical and research settings. As such it represents an important component of the methodological repertoire of clinical and experimental psychologist. Aim of this module is to provide students with an understanding of the neurophysical principles underlying EEG as well as the practical know-how to collect and analyse EEG data.
Modular Credits: 4
Workload: 1-1-1-5-2
Pre-requisite(s): PL1101E, PL2131, PL2132, PL3232 or upon approval by the lecturer
Preclusion(s): PL3288
Cross-listing(s): Nil
Workload Components: A-B-C-D-E
A: no. of lecture hours per week
B: no. of tutorial/seminar hours per week
C: no. of lab hours per week
D: no. of hours for projects, assignments, fieldwork etc. per week
E: no. of hours for preparatory work by a student per week