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Nadine Jacobsen
Nadine Jacobsen
PhD Candidate, University of Oldenburg
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A Riemannian modification of artifact subspace reconstruction for EEG artifact handling
S Blum, NSJ Jacobsen, MG Bleichner, S Debener
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 141, 2019
862019
Out and about: Subsequent memory effect captured in a natural outdoor environment with smartphone EEG
M Piñeyro Salvidegoitia, N Jacobsen, AKR Bauer, B Griffiths, ...
Psychophysiology 56 (5), e13331, 2019
312019
A walk in the park? Characterizing gait‐related artifacts in mobile EEG recordings
NSJ Jacobsen, S Blum, K Witt, S Debener
European Journal of Neuroscience 54 (12), 8421-8440, 2021
182021
Does the electrode amplification style matter? A comparison of active and passive EEG system configurations during standing and walking
JEM Scanlon, NSJ Jacobsen, MC Maack, S Debener
European Journal of Neuroscience 54 (12), 8381-8395, 2021
112021
Stepping in time: Alpha‐mu and beta oscillations during a walking synchronization task
JEM Scanlon, NSJ Jacobsen, MC Maack, S Debener
NeuroImage 253, 119099, 2022
12022
Mobile electroencephalography captures differences of walking over even and uneven terrain but not of single and dual-task gait
N Jacobsen, S Blum, J Scanlon, K Witt, S Debener
Frontiers in sports and active living 4, 2022
2022
DOES AMPLIFICATION STYLE MATTER? IT'S IN THE WAY THAT YOU USE IT: A COMPARISON OF ACTIVE-AND PASSIVE-TRANSMISSION EEG ELECTRODES DURING A WALKING ODDBALL TASK
J Scanlon, N Jacobsen, M Maack, S Debener
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 57, S22-S22, 2020
2020
Your memory on smartphone: Subsequent Memory Effect captured with smartphone EEG
N Jacobsen, MP Salvidegoitia, S Debener
Conference Abstract: 2nd International Neuroergonomics Conference. doi: 10 …, 2018
2018
Beta and alpha/mu rhythms during gait synchronization
JEM Scanlon, NSJ Jacobsen, CM Maack, S Debener
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