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electrocorticography

Definitions

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  • noun A form of electroencephalography in which the electrodes are placed directly on the cerebral cortex.

Etymologies

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electro- +‎ corticography

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  • The technology is called electrocorticography, or ECoG, and it uses electrodes placed on the surface of the brain to detect electrical signals coming from the brain itself.

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  • Brain signals have been translated into motion or even pictures before, but the current research showcases a nascent technique called electrocorticography.

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  • Gerwin Schalk and colleagues at the Wadsworth Center, in Albany, NY, used a technology called electrocorticography (ECoG), in which a sheet of electrodes is laid directly on the surface of a patient's brain.

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  • Simultaneous signing is a formidable challenge at any time - but all the more so when the subject of discussion is epidural electrocorticography a technique in which researchers drill through the skull to place an electrode directly on the thin membrane that envelops the brain.

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  • Video: Decoding Thoughts With Technology How does electrocorticography interpret electric signals in the brain?

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  • These electrodes are known as microECoGs because they are a small version of the much larger electrodes used for electrocorticography, or ECoG, developed a half century ago.

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  • These electrodes are known as microECoGs because they are a small version of the much larger electrodes used for electrocorticography, or ECoG, developed a half century ago.

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  • These electrodes are known as microECoGs because they are a small version of the much larger electrodes used for electrocorticography, or ECoG, developed a half century ago.

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  • By preforming measurements of electrical surface potentials of the brain via electrocorticography (ECog), researchers at the University of Washington demonstrated that using a brain-computer interface to move a mouse on a screen provides a serious workout to the organ.

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  • These electrodes are known as microECoGs because they are a small version of the much larger electrodes used for electrocorticography, or ECoG, developed a half century ago.

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