Icelandic Centre for Neurophysiology

Electroencephalography (EEG) & Neuroscience


The Icelandic Centre for Neurophysiology is a point of reference in Iceland for the neuroscience as it is equipped by lots of different EEG caps with 32, 64, 128 and 256 electrodes. Several studies were and are actually done with the use of the 256-Channel EEG System, unique in Iceland. 

An example is a study in patients with schizophrenia, using the 256-Channel EEG cap, to asses the effectiveness of repetitive transcranial magnetic (TMS) stimulation treatment. 

The 64-Channel EEG System is used instead,  for the study of the Motion and Sea Sickness, combined with EMG and other physiological sensors.

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