Woods Lab publishes new paper on physiological artifacts in EEG during tDCS
As part of a collaboration with Dr. Marom Bikson, Emily Kappenman and other experts in tDCS and EEG, this new publication in NeuroImage details inherent physiological artifacts generated in EEG data during tDCS. A growing number of papers are published from studies performing EEG during tDCS. However, the presence of artifacts in these data must be considered and addressed to make data interpretable. This paper provides insight and potential solutions for addressing these concerns in EEG data collected during tDCS. As EEG has great potential for both mechanistic insight into temporal features of tDCS and value as a marker for intervention outcome, this paper serves to promote rigor and advancement in the field of tDCS.
Citation: Gedoth N, Esmaeilpour Z, Adair D, Chelette K, Dmochowski D, Woods AJ, Kappenman E, Parra L, Bikson M. Inherent physiological artifacts in EEG during tDCS. NeuroImage. Accepted October 2018. Journal Impact Factor: 5.835.
The paper can be found here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811918319840?via%3Dihub