EEG

Does fiction reading influence Theory of Mind? An EEG study based on time-domain and time-frequency-domain approaches

The understanding of false belief, others’ beliefs can differ from reality, is essential in Theory of Mind, which has been shown to correlate with reading experiences, especially reading literary fiction, yet little research has investigated the …

Tracking gaze position from EEG: Exploring the possibility of an EEG-based virtual eye-tracker

Ocular artifact has long been viewed as an impediment to the interpretation of electroencephalogram (EEG) signals in basic and applied research. Today, the use of blind source separation (BSS) methods, including independent component analysis (ICA) …

Theta-burst stimulation-induced cortical plasticity in younger and older adults: a TMS-EEG study

Continuous theta burst stimulation (cTBS) has been shown to modulate cortical inhibition and excitability, with previous transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) studies altered responses in older adults. The combination of TMS and …

Theta Power Differences as a Function of Level of Familiarity with a Musical Style

Learning mechanisms are one of the primary reasons why different individuals have similar or different emotional responses to music. Existing studies largely examined mechanisms related to learning in terms of cultural familiarity or recognition. Few …