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Effect of EEG Reference Choice on Outcomes

Effect of EEG Reference Choice on Outcomes

Posted on: 2019-03-19 Louise

Read this article on the Sapienlab website (see link below)


In EEG, voltages recorded at each electrode are computed with reference to another electrode. The choice of this electrode reference impacts a number of EEG measures.

Choice of the reference electrode location is one the most critical issues in EEG recording. It impacts not only the amplitude of the recorded potential but also its temporal structure. For example, consider the visual evoked potential (VEP) recorded from the occipital electrode O2 against electrodes placed in the mid-line (a), frontal (b) and temporal areas (c) [1].



https://sapienlabs.co/effect-of-eeg-reference-choice-on-outcomes

ISF Training by Mark Smith 1-3 March 2019

ISF Training by Mark Smith 1-3 March 2019

Posted on: 2019-03-05 Louise van der Westhuyzen

This past weekend 13 BFSA Clinicians had the opportunity to learn the basics of powerful Infra Slow NF training from Mark Smith of New York.

Karlien Balt will be the contact person and trainer of ISF in South Africa. For supervision and further training opportunities please contact her at her office.

  1. Watch this You tube clip for introduction to ISF : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxEgXLSOXLo
  2. This article will give you basic understanding of this modality : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/281109581_Infra-slow_fluctuation_training_On_the_down-low_in_neuromodulation

Exercise improves your health, mood and cognitive functions

Exercise improves your health, mood and cognitive functions

Posted on: 2019-02-18

You may enjoy my latest two blogs which focus on the importance of movement and exercise. The blog, Exercise improves your health, mood and cognitive functions, includes short videos that discuss how that the nervous system evolved to coordinate movement. 

https://peperperspective.com/2017/07/22/exercise-improve-your-health-mood-and-cognitive-function/