Who Is The Course For?
This course was created for neurofeedback practitioners, however, anyone interested in understanding EEG may find it useful.
Ideally students have access to equipment that allows them to record EEG, as well as look at and measure the raw waveform.
Intermediate practitioners who are familiar with the basics of EEG, but do not have much experience looking at the raw EEG will find this course most useful. This includes those who have prepared computer-generated QEEG analyses.
Note that this course does not teach students how to use a specific software or hardware package.
This Raw EEG Analysis course is a stand-alone course. For those who are interested in looking at comparisons of averaged EEG data values rather than purely looking at EEG morphology, our Fundamentals of EEG analysis, an in-depth review of the significance of variations in averaged EEG values over the cortex, can provide a great deal of useful information as well.