What happens if I put conductive gel with dry electrodes?
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by /u/Content-Ad4644
6h ago
Hi everyone, I understand there are two types of electrodes: wet and dry. Wet needs conductive gel while dry does not. I read that wet electrodes are better because of the gel and stuff while dry are less reliable in signals adquisition (due to noise and artifacts) but easier to put and faster. I'm doing a college project with EEG and bought dry electrodes and gel before getting to know this stuff... I wonder if dry + gel = something good or if that is gonna mess up my project lol. I live outside US so im trying to see if I can somehow ship some wet electrodes to my country. Thanks in advance ..read more
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Does Delirium Tremens flood the brain with glutamate/ dopamine or just activate more receptors or both
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by /u/Hashdrivewayy
6h ago
Makes sense that less receptors and more dopamine would damage the brain but idk submitted by /u/Hashdrivewayy [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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The Association for Critical and Interdisciplinary Thinking (ACIT)
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by /u/nadineriddez
6h ago
The Association for Critical and Interdisciplinary Thinking (ACIT) is a global non-profit think-tank and research institute founded to understand the intersections of artificial intelligence, cognitive neuroscience, and social change. The goal is to spread free education in the world, for everyone everywhere. In the organization you can find and participate in conferences, read scientific articles, watch seminars and listen to interesting podcasts. Through all these channels over 320 researchers, professionals and students are participating. ACIT operates in 5 countries over the world. If you ..read more
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Fun Visual Experiment
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by /u/aksss7812
18h ago
Survery Link My name is Jordan Blyth. I am a Psychology BSc student at Brunel University. I am kindly requesting your participation in my dissertation research study that I am conducting exploring the contributing factors to variation in visual performance. This will also include a short personality questionnaire and a series of visual tasks. If you agree, anonymised data will be stored for 10 years and may be used in future research. This data will be stored on a secure Brunel University server. The study involves giving an approximate age and sex but will not collect any other personal info ..read more
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If one hears music or speech through a single ear, does it make any difference whether it's right or left, as for which hemisphere of the brain will have the main role processing it?
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by /u/antoniocjp
18h ago
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Questions regarding to optogenetics
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by /u/Odd-Snow-1285
1d ago
Hi guys. I have a really dumb question about optogenetics. Is it able to activate multiple neuronal populations? For example, I use AAV-ChR2, but different variants of ChR2. Then I inject these different variants with different wavelengths into different brain regions. Will it make sense that if I shine a specific wavelength of light, the corresponding region encodes for that variant can be activated? submitted by /u/Odd-Snow-1285 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Qs about visual processing: Why are visual fields combined and processed in separate hemispheres?
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by /u/austin-bowen
2d ago
Okay, so the left visual fields of both eyes are combined in the optic chiasm and sent to the right brain hemisphere, and vice versa. (diagram) A few questions: Why is vision divided into left and right fields in the first place? Why are the visual fields combined and each processed by a different hemisphere, rather than, say, the left hemi processing the entirety of the right eye? Depth perception or something maybe? Other benefits? What about the very center of your vision, where detail is the greatest? Is that still split right down the middle? Or is this left vs right FOV split mostly ..read more
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I'm trying to understand the neuroscience behind risk taking, but there seems to be multiple dimensions to it. What's the best approach?
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by /u/daddydilly694-20
2d ago
I'm very interested in neuroscience and psychopharmacology. When trying to understand risk taking, and forming my own opinions on why it happens. I've looked into how the brain processes novel stimuli, and did a bit of reading on Top Down processing, and Bottom up processing. It's a bit difficult to wrap my head around. I looked into reward prediction error, as well. When reading literature online, it seems like the specific language used, isn't very precise, and is loosely defined. It seems like terms like reward processing, are used very casually. I've also looked into understanding how rew ..read more
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Pronounced Declines in Meperidine in the US: Is the End Imminent?
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by /u/Psi_in_PA
2d ago
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Photobiomodulation therapy in mood disorders: a systematic review
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by /u/greentea387
2d ago
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