At the QS conference in Amsterdam later this month there will be a breakout-session with the title: ''A guide to EEG for self-experimentation" and I'm absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to lead through it and prepare some material for the community. Whether you're actually attending the conference or whether you've just clicked the link out of sheer curiosity, I'd like to know what spikes your interest in this topic the most. EEG is a very large topic to cover, and there are a lot methods, theories and practical stuff you can share without really becoming boring. However, we only have an hour for the breakout-session.
As the main goal of all this is to create value for the community, I'd like to ask you, the dear readers and writers of this forum:
What is the main interest of QS members in EEG?
What do you want to achieve with the help of EEG, what do you expect from it?
Also, what have you maybe already done with it?
How did you do it, did you have sweet hardware, a nice analysis or a worthwhile experimental design?
Or did you try something, but stumbled somewhere along the way?
What have you learned from it and what do you still want to learn from it?