’Endre Grastyán’ EEG Laboratory


Faithful to its namesake, the Lab wishes to answer psychological questions by examining the electronic activity of the human brain. With our new and state-of-the-art electroencephalographic measurement and computerized stimuli systems, we carry out general, developmental and clinical psychological researches based on the event-related potentials method, in the areas of memory, attention, perception and thinking. The Lab was established in 2010, and ever since students are welcome to participate in and assist researches. Following the acquirement of the bases of this research method, students can carry out individual researches with professorial guidance.

Website of the Lab (currently in Hungarian only): https://sites.google.com/site/szegedpszicheeg/