EEG Coherence

This task serves two purposes: first, to observe how the developing brain signal decomposes into separate frequency bands as a function of what the child sees; second: to understand how the connectivity among different areas of the developing brain develops. Infants passively watch 60-second video clips depicting singing women or moving toys while we measure their EEG. This task lasts 3 minutes. Stimuli were two sets of videos. One is a set of non-social videos depicting moving toys without human interference, earlier used in a study by Jones and colleagues (Developmental changes in infant brain activity during naturalistic social experiences. Developmental Psychobiology, 57(7; 2015)). The other is a set of social videos depicting singing women (Dutch stimuli created by Sabine Hunnius and colleagues). Both sets are 60 seconds long.

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  • Baby and Child

  • 5 months
  • C
    4 months - 7 months   From 2016-05-27 (ongoing)

  • 10 months
  • C
    9 months - 16 months   From 2016-08-22 (ongoing)

  • 3 years
  • C
    24 months - 5.0 years   From 2018-06-22 (ongoing)

  • 6 years
  • C
    5.0 - 7.0 years   From 2022-07-01 (ongoing)

    Mode of collection MeasurementsAndTests   EEG
    Instrument name EEG Coherence
    Measure name EEG Coherence
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