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Eye Tracking: EEG Recording | Goldsmiths University

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Researchers are increasingly aware of the advantages of combining eye tracking with EEG and other neurophysiological recording techniques such as fNIRS. In this advanced workshop, you will learn how to set up EyeLink systems to interface with a range of EEG/fNIRS systems, using both TTL signalling and more advanced integration (for EGI systems). The workshop will also cover how to co-register eye tracking and EEG data using Fieldtrip software.

Combining eye tracking and EEG can have several advantages. For certain EEG scenarios, eye movements (not just blinks) can introduce large artefacts into recordings, causing issues for subsequent analysis. In these scenarios, it is important to have reliable eye tracking data in order to be able to discard relevant trials/portions of data. Eye tracking can also be used to limit what is shown to participants and when it is shown, for example only presenting targets when participants are fixating centrally, or making peripheral targets disappear if gaze leaves the central target. Eye Tracking can also provide useful secondary information concerning cognitive workload and engagement.


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