An accessible and user-friendly introduction to using magnetoencephalography (MEG) in neuroscience research.
Covers the background to MEG technology, how to use it and how to read results.
Provides examples of commonly used applications of MEG.
Can be used by students or early career researchers looking for a simple guide to a new method.
Packed with illustrative figures including examples of MEG scans.
Includes glossary of key terms.
Part 1: Measuring the brain's magnetic field
Chapter 1: What is MEG?
Chapter 2: How to collect MEG data
Part 2: Analysing the data
Chapter 3: Analysing data time series
Chapter 4: Analysing spatial information
Chapter 5: Applications of MEGGlossary