Magnetic Resonance Imaging

» Structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging is conducted at the BioImaging Research Center in the Paul D. Coverdell Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences on the University of Georgia campus.
» GE Signa HDx 3-Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system
» Resources include equipment available through the Coverdell Center, our colleague L. Stephen Miller, and our laboratory.

Electroencephalography

The laboratory is equipped with a EGI Geodesic System 200 which includes:

» 256-channel whole head EEG
» 64 Channel EEG configured for collection in the MEG environment. This combination of techniques increases spatial resolution past that of either technology alone, allowing better source estimation.
» Multiple geodesic sensor net 200s
» Net amps 200
» Two copies of Net Station V4.0
» Two Macintosh G4s with Apple 23" HD Cinema displays
» Dell PC running both E-prime and Presentation for  stimulus presentation

Presentations

Haas, B.W., Brook, M., Remillard, L., Ishak, A., Anderson, I.W., Filkowski, M.M. (2014). Personality and neural correlates of skilled empathizers. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 44. Washington DC. [download PDF

Filkowski, M.M. Anderson, I.W., Haas, B.W., (2014). Neural correlates of the conscious control of interpersonal trust. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 44. Washington DC. [download PDF

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