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EEG and meg

EEG (electroencephalography) and MEG (magnetoencephalography) are non-invasive brain imaging methods that allow tracking of brain activity in real time. We are using these tools to measure time courses of activity during various speech perception tasks. We are also using these methods in combination with TMS in order to investigate auditory-motor interactions during processing of speech sounds. Please see Speech Perception for further information about our findings.

We carried out our MEG experiments in the OHBA Centre.