Category Archives: Electrophysiology

Magnetoencephalography: Clinical Uses and Limitations

1.     Introduction The average adult human brain (1,350 g) contains approximately 86.1 (±8.1) billion neurons [Azevedo, Carvalho, Grinberg, Farfel, Ferretti, Leite, Filho, Lent & Herculano-Houzel, 2009; Pakkenberg, Pelvig, Marner, Bundgaard, Gundersen, Nyengaard & Regeur, 2003], and the number of non-neuronal … Continue reading

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Using MANOVA in Neuroscience Research

During my graduate work at San Diego State University (MA, Psychology ’11) I spent the bulk of my time developing behavioral models to study healthy aging; more specifically, I used existing/published paradigms using hippocampal lesioned rodents to test some of … Continue reading

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