EEG and the Cognitive Sciences

February 20, 2019
Yvonne Gay
Students working in EEG room.
A student adjusts an EEG cap. Photo credit: Mike Crupi

Electroencephalogram is used in a variety of ways in the cognitive sciences to examine the structures and processes that underlie a creature’s ability to think and reason. In this gallery, EEG is used by students in Oberlin’s neuroscience and psychology departments.

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