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Decoding affective states using fNIRS

Link – Subject-independent decoding of affective states using functional near-infrared spectroscopy. Abstract Affective decoding is the inference of human emotional states using brain signal measurements.

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Analysis of Heart rate Variability

Link – Analysis of Heart rate Variability and Implication of Different Factors on Heart Rate Variability. Abstract BACKGROUND: The heart is the central organ of

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NIBS: Ready for Prime Time?

Link – Noninvasive brain stimulation for the treatment of neurocognitive disorders: right for prime time? Abstract PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Neurocognitive disorders are associated with tremendous

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tACS Artifacts in EEG Recordings.

Link – Signal-Space Projection Suppresses the tACS Artifact in EEG Recordings. Abstract Background: To probe the functional role of brain oscillations, transcranial alternating current stimulation

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