Matching design and data analysis: sharing challenges on fNIRS experiments
NIRS fNIRS experiments matching design and data analysis
João Sato is a professor at the Center of Mathematics, Computation and Cognition of the Federal University of ABC, located in São Paulo, Brazil. He focuses his researchers on the quantitative methods in Neurosciences, with multidisciplinary studies in statistical and computational modeling in Neurosciences, Neuroimaging, functional and structural mapping of the human brain, time series analysis and others.
PROGRAM OF HANDS-ON FNIRS FOR MOTOR AND AUDITORY REASEARCH
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This 2-day program provides an introduction to fNIRS, with hands-on in the use of NIRS instrumentation for motor and auditory research.
Lectures will show applications of motor and auditory fNIRS research, and the hands-on will provide recording and data analysis training.
Functional near-infrared spectroscopy
Auditory experimental design
Motor experimental design
fNIRS data processing and statistical analysis
Hands-on (recording fNIRS data, step-by-step processing and statistical group analysis)