Measuring EMG and EEG simultaneously to determine the EMG pollution in the EEG during a variety of tasks

Porr, B. (2018) Measuring EMG and EEG simultaneously to determine the EMG pollution in the EEG during a variety of tasks. [Data Collection]

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This database contains single channel EEG recordings while performing a range of everyday tasks. The EEG was recorded between Fp1 and mastoid/ear. In addition EMG was recorded between the chin and mastoid/ear Most of the subjects were also filmed during these tasks. In total there were 27 subjects and 20 with video footage.

The tasks were:
- relaxed (lying down) as a control condition,
- blinking while lying down
- eyes crunching while lying down
- raising eyebrows while lying down
- jaw bite while lying down
- reading while lying down
- reading while sitting
- playing the game "flow" while sitting
- solving a "sudoku" while sitting
- solving a "wordsearch" task while sitting
- playing "templerun" while sitting

20 sessions have been videoed in full HD so that it is possible to see which action or facial expression has caused which artefact. These 20 sessions have been synced up between video and data.

College / School: College of Science and Engineering > School of Engineering > Biomedical Engineering
Date Deposited: 11 Oct 2018 10:30
Related resource URL: https://youtu.be/OY-tBipwaFc
URI: http://researchdata.gla.ac.uk/id/eprint/676

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Porr, B. (2018); Measuring EMG and EEG simultaneously to determine the EMG pollution in the EEG during a variety of tasks

University of Glasgow

DOI: 10.5525/gla.researchdata.676

Retrieved: 2019-08-18