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


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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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  • 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.


  • 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 patients were already being monitored for seizure activity using electrocorticography

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  • Surgeons locate this spot, known as the "seizure focus," prior to surgery using a combination of brain imaging and electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings, which measure brain activity from surface electrodes on the skull, or electrocorticography (ECoG), in which activity is recorded directly from the surface of the brain.

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