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 Specified grant Protocols should be written up and linked to [[eegerp:​protocols:​grants|here]]. Specified grant Protocols should be written up and linked to [[eegerp:​protocols:​grants|here]].
  
-====== General ​protocol ​======+====== General ​Protocol ​======
  
  
-**Reserving ​the EEG lab**+__Reserving ​the EEG lab__
   - All reservations for the EEG lab must be made online through the Haskins website. You need a username to make reservations. See Mike D’Angelo dangelo@haskins.yale.edu for setting one up, or use the generic username/​password (username: eeglab, password: eeglab)   - All reservations for the EEG lab must be made online through the Haskins website. You need a username to make reservations. See Mike D’Angelo dangelo@haskins.yale.edu for setting one up, or use the generic username/​password (username: eeglab, password: eeglab)
   - Go to the Haskins homepage (www.haskins.yale.edu). On the left-hand side of the page, click on “For Employees”. On this new page, again look at the left-hand side of the screen, click on “Lab Manager”.   - Go to the Haskins homepage (www.haskins.yale.edu). On the left-hand side of the page, click on “For Employees”. On this new page, again look at the left-hand side of the screen, click on “Lab Manager”.
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   - Reserve the EEG lab as soon as you have someone scheduled. This is a shared space and other people will be making appointments. Make sure you mark these appointments on your own calendars as well shared calendars (YRC calendar, Google Cal, etc), so you do not overbook. Try to reserve the lab for an hour longer than the experiments length, so you do not need to worry about being pressed for time.   - Reserve the EEG lab as soon as you have someone scheduled. This is a shared space and other people will be making appointments. Make sure you mark these appointments on your own calendars as well shared calendars (YRC calendar, Google Cal, etc), so you do not overbook. Try to reserve the lab for an hour longer than the experiments length, so you do not need to worry about being pressed for time.
  
-**Lab Preparation:**+ 
 +__**Lab Preparation**__ 
  
 __Before the EEG__ __Before the EEG__
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   - Start filling out a blank EEG Checklist for the participant. Fill in ALL the details you can. Any information about what occurs during the experiment can be helpful when analyzing the data in the future.   - Start filling out a blank EEG Checklist for the participant. Fill in ALL the details you can. Any information about what occurs during the experiment can be helpful when analyzing the data in the future.
  
-**EEG Cap Preparation:**+ 
 +__**EEG Cap Preparation**__
  
 __Measuring the Head__ __Measuring the Head__
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 __Starting the Net Station Session__ __Starting the Net Station Session__
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 Once the cap is on and plugged into the amp arm you can open Net Station. Click Session; select “Haskins EEG Template”. In the subject field, where it says <​Default>,​ delete that and enter the appropriate file name. Next click “Rename”. Save the file to the correct experiment folder and delete all the extra numbers after the appropriate file name. Click “begin session”. ​ Once the cap is on and plugged into the amp arm you can open Net Station. Click Session; select “Haskins EEG Template”. In the subject field, where it says <​Default>,​ delete that and enter the appropriate file name. Next click “Rename”. Save the file to the correct experiment folder and delete all the extra numbers after the appropriate file name. Click “begin session”. ​
  
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-**Running the Experiments**+__**Running the Experiments**__
  
 __Right Before You Start__ __Right Before You Start__
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   - You will pick up other tricks, as you get better. You can play around with the tools, and figure out how you can change the amount of channels you view, also change the viewing to just look at only 13 channels at a time by clicking on the box above the channels where the lines are more spaced out.   - You will pick up other tricks, as you get better. You can play around with the tools, and figure out how you can change the amount of channels you view, also change the viewing to just look at only 13 channels at a time by clicking on the box above the channels where the lines are more spaced out.
  
-**After EEG**+__**After EEG**__
  
 __Stopping Programs and Saving Data__ __Stopping Programs and Saving Data__
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