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Title: Acquisition of Human EEG Data during linear Self-Motion on a Stewart Platform
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Keywords: electroencephalography; Self-motion; Stewart platform; vestibular; multisensory; P3
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Nolan H, Whelan R, Reilly R.B, Bülthoff H.H., Butler J. ‘Acquisition of human EEG data during linear self-motion on a Stewart platform’ in Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Neural Engineering, Turkey, April 29 - May 2, 2009, pp 585 - 588
Abstract: The present study investigated the feasibility of acquiring electroencephalography (EEG) data during self-motion in human subjects. Subjects performed a visual oddball task – designed to evoke a P3 event-related potential – while being passively moved in the fore-aft direction on a Stewart platform. The results of this study indicate that reliable EEG data can be obtained during self-motion on a Stewart platform: this finding is important for the ecological validity of further research into human motion.
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