About this Research Topic
EEG and fNIRS measure different perspectives of brain activity. With their fusions in spatio-temporal-frequency domains and network space, more features correlated with brain activation and brain connectivity can be identified. This Reserach Topic aims to utilize combined EEG and fNIRS techniques to examine the relationship between hemodynamic signals and various ERP components of the whole brain. It is expected that the combined neuromarkers are able to reveal the complex neurovascular coupling mechanism associated with various cognitive tasks and brain disorders. It is also expected that the combined ERP and fNIRS signals were best able to differentiate the patients and health controls with improved detection accuracy.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
1) Development of fused/combined EEG-fNIRS neuroimaging techniques in spatio-temporal-frequency domains and network space.
2) Used combined EEG-fNIRS recordings to study the brain cognition, neurological and psychiatric disorders
Keywords: EEG, fNIRS, Brain Cognition, Neurological Disorders, Psychiatric Disorders
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