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How to cite Brain Products

We love to see our hardware and software being used to make great scientific discoveries. Citing us in your paper makes it easier for us to find you and spread the word about your cool publications using our equipment. To make citations easier for you you'll find some examples of how to properly cite us here:

Example "in text"

  • (actiCHamp Plus, Brain Products GmbH, Gilching, Germany)
  • (LiveAmp, Brain Products GmbH, Gilching, Germany)
  • (BrainAmp MR, Brain Products GmbH, Gilching, Germany)
  • (BrainVision Analyzer, Version 2.2.0, Brain Products GmbH, Gilching, Germany)

Example "Reference Section"

  • actiCHamp Plus (64 channels) [Apparatus]. (2019). Gilching, Germany: Brain Products GmbH.
  • LiveAmp (32 channels) [Apparatus]. (2018). Gilching, Germany: Brain Products GmbH.
  • BrainAmp MR (128 channels) [Apparatus]. (2017). Gilching, Germany: Brain Products GmbH.
  • BrainVision Analyzer (Version 2.2.0) [Software]. (2019). Gilching, Germany: Brain Products GmbH.

Brain Products Hardware and Software mentioned in Publications on EEG/fMRI

Within recent years dozens of our customers used our equipment for their research purposes and published their results in wellknown scientific journals. Here you‘ll find a list of more than 400 of these scientific articles on EEG & fMRI.

Please note: Given that we want to ensure the methods used in these publications adhere to Brain Products’ safety guidelines and standards, this list is not yet up to date. We are currently working on this and will update the list as soon as possible.

Brain Products Hardware and Software mentioned in Publications on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI)

Within recent years dozens of our customers used our equipment for their research purposes and published their results in wellknown scientific journals. Here you‘ll find a list of almost 200 of these scientific articles on BCI.

User Research

Contact person: Ms. Stefanie Rudrich

2014 - today

Most recent User Researches
- January 2014 to today

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Dec 2013

Efficacy of tACS depends on endogenous oscillatory power

by Toralf Neuling(1), Stefan Rach(1;2), Christoph S. Herrmann(1;2)
(1)Experimental Psychology Lab, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany
(2)Research Center Neurosensory Science, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany

Efficacy of tACS depends on endogenous oscillatory power
Type: pdf   Size: 1.3 MB

Oct 2013

The neural and vascular effects of caffeine revealed by simultaneous EEG-fMRI

by Richard G. Wise
Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK

The neural and vascular effects of caffeine revealed by simultaneous EEG-fMRI
Type: pdf   Size: 705.8 KB

Jul 2013

Neural decoding of visual dream contents during sleep-onset period

by Masako Tamaki
ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories, Kyoto 619-0288, Japan

Neural decoding of visual dream contents during sleep-onset period
Type: pdf   Size: 460.6 KB

Apr 2013

Perceiving while acting: How visual selection is tuned to action intentions

by Agnieszka Wykowska
Department of General and Experimental Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany

Perceiving while acting: How visual selection is tuned to action intentions
Type: pdf   Size: 989.4 KB