Motor Imagery vs Rest - Low-Cost EEG system

uploaded by María Paula Saavedra on 2021-07-14 - 14 days ago
last modified on 2021-07-14 - 14 days ago
authored by Victoria Peterson, Catalina Maria Galvan, Hugo Sacha Hernadez, Ruben Spies
18606687

OpenNeuro Accession Number: ds003722
Files: 208, Size: 765.5KB, Subjects: 10, Session: 1
Available Tasks: MIvsRestRUN0, MIvsRestRUN1, MIvsRestRUN2, MIvsRestRUN4, MIvsRestRUN3
Available Modalities: EEG

README

This data set consists of electroencephalography (EEG) signals from 10 healthy subjects of a study published here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S240584402030270X. The participants had no previous BCI experience. The BCI protocol consisted of two conditions, namely the kinesthetic imagination of grasping movement of the dominant hand and rest/idle condition. Five protocol runs were asked to be performed by the user. The first run, called RUN0, involved real grasping movement in order to better explain the protocol and to help the subject to focus on the sensation of making the movement. The rest of the runs (RUN1-RUN4) were equal, consisting of MI vs.Rest conditions.

Authors

  • Victoria Peterson
  • Catalina Maria Galvan
  • Hugo Sacha Hernadez
  • Ruben Spies

Dataset DOI

10.18112/openneuro.ds003722.v1.0.0

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CC0

Acknowledgements

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@article{peterson2020feasibility, title={A feasibility study of a complete low-cost consumer-grade brain-computer interface system}, author={Peterson, Victoria and Galv{'a}n, Catalina and Hern{'a}ndez, Hugo and Spies, Ruben}, journal={Heliyon}, volume={6}, number={3}, pages={e03425}, year={2020}, publisher={Elsevier} }

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Victoria Peterson and Catalina Maria Galvan and Hugo Sacha Hernadez and Ruben Spies (2021). Motor Imagery vs Rest - Low-Cost EEG system. OpenNeuro. [Dataset] doi: 10.18112/openneuro.ds003722.v1.0.0
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Motor Imagery vs Rest - Low-Cost EEG system

uploaded by María Paula Saavedra on 2021-07-14 - 14 days ago
last modified on 2021-07-14 - 14 days ago
authored by Victoria Peterson, Catalina Maria Galvan, Hugo Sacha Hernadez, Ruben Spies
18606687

OpenNeuro Accession Number: ds003722
Files: 208, Size: 765.5KB, Subjects: 10, Session: 1
Available Tasks: MIvsRestRUN0, MIvsRestRUN1, MIvsRestRUN2, MIvsRestRUN4, MIvsRestRUN3
Available Modalities: EEG

README

This data set consists of electroencephalography (EEG) signals from 10 healthy subjects of a study published here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S240584402030270X. The participants had no previous BCI experience. The BCI protocol consisted of two conditions, namely the kinesthetic imagination of grasping movement of the dominant hand and rest/idle condition. Five protocol runs were asked to be performed by the user. The first run, called RUN0, involved real grasping movement in order to better explain the protocol and to help the subject to focus on the sensation of making the movement. The rest of the runs (RUN1-RUN4) were equal, consisting of MI vs.Rest conditions.

Authors

  • Victoria Peterson
  • Catalina Maria Galvan
  • Hugo Sacha Hernadez
  • Ruben Spies

Dataset DOI

10.18112/openneuro.ds003722.v1.0.0

License

CC0

Acknowledgements

How to Acknowledge

@article{peterson2020feasibility, title={A feasibility study of a complete low-cost consumer-grade brain-computer interface system}, author={Peterson, Victoria and Galv{'a}n, Catalina and Hern{'a}ndez, Hugo and Spies, Ruben}, journal={Heliyon}, volume={6}, number={3}, pages={e03425}, year={2020}, publisher={Elsevier} }

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How To Cite

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Victoria Peterson and Catalina Maria Galvan and Hugo Sacha Hernadez and Ruben Spies (2021). Motor Imagery vs Rest - Low-Cost EEG system. OpenNeuro. [Dataset] doi: 10.18112/openneuro.ds003722.v1.0.0
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By mapaulasaavedra@gmail.com - 14 days ago
This dataset consists of electroencephalography (EEG) signals adquired with a low-cost consumer-grade device. The 10 participants had no previous BCI experience. The BCI protocol consisted of two conditions, namely the kinesthetic imagination of grasping movement (MI) of the dominant hand and rest/idle condition.Five protocol runs were asked to be performed by the user. The first run, called RUN0, involved real grasping movement in order to better explain the protocol and to help the subject to focus on the sensation of making the movement. The rest of the runs (RUN1-RUN4) were equal, consisting of MI vs.Rest conditions. The EMG signals of the dominant hand was adquired for protocol control.