Due to its high temporal resolution, quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) is fast becoming the premier neuroimaging tool to assess and aid in the treatment of many psychological and medical brain-based disorders. However, poorly artifacted records will lead to poor results. The Art of Artifacting is the quintessential raw electroencephalography (EEG) artifacting tutorial. With 75 records, each containing 6 epochs, to test yourself on, you will gain the experience necessary to identify eye blinks and saccades, muscle artifact, transient events, drowsiness, electrode pop, and many others. It is a highly recommended book for anyone who is beginning to include QEEG in his practice regimen.
About The Authors
Cory Hammond, PhD has worked in the field of neurotherapy as a clinician for over 25 years, has published 10 books and over 100 articles on the subject and is a professor at University of Utah School of Medicine.
Jay Gunkelman, QEEGD entered the field in 1972. He has processed over 500,000 clinical EEGs and has published numerous books, book chapters, and articles on the subject of clinical EEG, QEEG, medication prediction, and EEG endophenotypes.
All net proceeds of this book benefit The Foundation for Neurofeedback and Applied Neuroscience – a non-profit organization.