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Desk/ Computer

Before you head to sleep, you will be asked to complete some memory tasks on the computer while the EEG system is recording.

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Lamp/ Buzzer

There will always be a buzzer at arms length which is connected to a pager carried by the experimenter. You can use this at any point during your stay.

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Sink/ Tap

Once you arrive, you will have a chance to brush your teeth/ wash your face before the experiment starts. There is a toilet across the corridor you can use throughout the experiment. 

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EEG Cap

To record the electrical activity of your brain, you'll wear an ActiCap 2 which

records from 64 locations on your scalp. 

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Equipment Trolley

In order to record brain activity, your cap will be connected to 2 large amplifiers located on a trolley by the bed. 

What to expect on your visit

Where to find us

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Display Monitor

A small display screen is attached to the trolley which displays the brain activity during the set up. This will be switched off overnight.

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Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity (OHBA)
University Department of Psychiatry, 
Warneford Hospital,
Oxford,
OX3 7JX

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