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Thanks for sharing! <3 Do you also have summaries for Task 1 and 2?
of course! I do, but I didn't create my summary for those two tasks entirely by myself and therefore won't upload them as its not "My work".. sorry :/
Aw, thats a pity! Anyhow, the ones on you uploaded are amazing!
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One more mistake For TMS: high frequency (larger than 1Hz) leads to LTP which is excitatory and leads to enhanced performance
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hey, i really like your docs, do you also have one about task 9? thanks allready!
No, I am sorry, I did not write a summary for that task :(
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Explaining the fnirs graph: 770nm wavelength is not reflected much for high activity because a lot of DEOXY-Hb is present that absorbs light at this wavelength
Is the sound rated more continuous when the adaptor is continuous or discontinuous? I guess the adaptor is discontinuous, right?
When the adaptor is quiet, it is more likely to be rated as discontinuous. This leads to the fact that the target is more often rated as continuous.
Made a mistake in the introduction as well ... The target is more likely to be perceived as continuous if the adaptor was perceived as discontinuous than when the adaptor was perceived as continuous
Why is invasiveness low? I thought it is not invasive at all.
Some people argue that the magnetic/electric currents count as "invasiveness" - hence low invasiveness for MEG, fMRI, and TMS
Of course you don't need the RF coil here (fMRI). You measure the magnetic change based on deoxygenated (paramagnetic) haemoglobin. Rf coil is used in MRI instead.
Can anyone please clarify this? Is looks like a mistake in the summary: "useful when used with blocked design" & "cannot be used with block design". Which of the two statements is correct? And why.
Yes i'm sorry I realised this mistake myself. Block designs CAN be used with the subtraction method.
Thank you!
I did not completely understand that so I didnt include the forward solution
made a mistake here: 8-13 Hz :)
Note: I made a typo here, it is Double DISSOCIATION and Single DISSOCIATION. Sorry peeeeps!
Just to make sure: You mean cm, right? Otherwise it would barely go thourgh the scalp.
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Thank you!
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Thank you! :)
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do these simple summaries still cover everything? (more or less)
More or less yes (the stuff you can learn by hard..) .. I leave out the huge amount of details we did not discuss within the tutorials
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and please excuse any typos...
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that's the plan
until some time tomorrow
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Note: Page 8 (Wickens) There is a mistake, it is supposed to be: If Xc to the right = ß >1 If Xc to the left = ß < 1 (!!)
Why is this an advantage? Because the magnetic fields are not as mixed as it would be for the electrical charges (EEG)? Resulting in a higher spatial resolution? But at the same time much less information is collected (which would be a disadvantage). Can anyone clarify, please?
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This spatial resolution advantage of MEG is also shown in the lecture 6 (table), and there is also says that MEG has a better depth pervasion than EEG
Thank you for your answer! :) So what you are saying is that the better spatial resolution is caused by decreased distortion of the magnetic signal relative to the electric signal in EEG. But it is not due to the fact that only tangentially oriented currents are measured in MEG.
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Hey, love your notes, Thanks so much for uploading!! Did you also make notes for task 3? Would help me out a lot! :))
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thanks! have you published any papers, though?
Bettina is that you?
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in your car im a star and im burning through you
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movin that cornflakes, rice krispies.
all time aznee
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thanks for sharing <3
Radial and Tangential dipoles are mixed up due to a mistake in the original paper. Just switch them in these sentences.
I decided not to include that
we should not skip the part about The P3 Family of Components though
oh yeah sorry i missed that. But i guess they just distinguish there between the P3a and P3b so it's not too much
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mathilde est de retour !!!!
thank god
tangential is parallel to the scull :) I think you mixed that up here
made a mistake here, a HIGHER P(S) moves criterion to the left/makes it more liberal
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Hello! These summaries are amazing! Can you please upload the third one so I can look good in tutorial
where is task 8
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thank you! for uploading your tasks!
thanks bro