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  • abbreviation Electrocorticography; electrocorticogram.


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  • While it's clearly more invasive than using EEG electrodes taped to the head, ECoG is also far easier to use.

    Boing Boing: June 6, 2004 - June 12, 2004 Archives 2004

  • The big advantage of the ECoG recordings is the better signal quality.

    Behold! The First Commercially Available Brain To Computer Interface | Impact Lab 2007

  • Bioengineers at the university implanted the patients with an electrocorticographic (ECoG) "grid" that collects signals from the surface of the brain.

    Boing Boing: June 6, 2004 - June 12, 2004 Archives 2004

  • The key to all of the new uses for ECoG is software, designed in part by Schalk, that helps scientists decode the electrical signals coming from the brain.

    NPR Topics: News 2011

  • "This is both very exciting and somewhat frightening at the same time," says Gerwin Schalk, a researcher who studies ECoG at the New York State Department of Health's Wadsworth Center in Albany.

    NPR Topics: News 2011

  • Doctors have been using ECoG since the 1950s to figure out which area of the brain is causing seizures in people with severe epilepsy.

    NPR Topics: News 2011

  • ECoG has proven to be ideal for simultaneously detecting the signals from a large number of brain areas.

    NPR Topics: News 2011

  • Like all volunteers in ECoG experiments so far, this patient has severe epilepsy.

    NPR Topics: News 2011

  • ECoG could allow someone like that to operate a robotic arm with just their thoughts.

    NPR Topics: News 2011

  • He took part in the experiment while doctors were using ECoG to find the source of his seizures.

    NPR Topics: News 2011


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