Introduction to Advances in EEG Connectivity
AbstractThis special issue of the Journal of Neurotherapy has been devoted to Advances in EEG Connectivities. These purposes include providing education to our readers and collaboration among the scientists and authors. Multiple connectivity metrics have been defined with an emphasis on coherence and multivariate connectivity measures. The goals of connectivity measurements should include accuracy compared to known neurological networks and utility in assessment and application for intervention (e.g., EEG coherence training). It is hoped that the information contained in this special issue will form the basis for future advancements in EEG connectivity assessment and intervention.
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