An event related potential (ERP) is the measured brain response that is the direct result of a specific sensory, cognitive or motor event. The study of the brain in this way provides a noninvasive means of evaluating brain functioning in patients with cognitive diseases.  However, we are using ERP as one the methods in cognitive neurosciences research to study the physiological correlated of sensory, perceptual and cognitive activity associated with processing information.

Research and Publication

T.Begum, F. Reza, A. L. Ahmed, S. Elaina, J. M. Abdullah. Analysis of event-related alpha oscillations in auditory P300 by wavelet transform (WT) method.Proceeding for 11th International conference on Hybrid Intelligent System, 2011, 162-166.(2)

T. Begum, F. Reza, A. L. Ahmed, S. Elaina, J. M. Abdullah. Delta signal in high educational level in auditory oddball paradigm-a Wavelet study. Proceeding for 4th International Congress on Image and Signal Processing, 2011, 2756-2759.

T. Begum, F. Reza, M.C.L. Hanif, M. Akbari, J. M. Abdullah. Theta oscillation in relation with education: a Wavelet Transform (WT) study. The 6th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (iCBBE 2012)proceeding, IEEE, Vol. 3, 706 – 709.

F. Reza, T. Begum, A. L. Ahmed, H. Omar, M. Muzaimi, J. M. Abdullah. Insights from the Preliminary Autocorrelation Analysis of Low Frequency Neuronal Oscillations During Quran Listening.2012, ASM Sc. J., 6(1), 39-45.

Nidal Kamel, Aamir Malik, Zuki Yussof, Jafri Malin Abdullah and Tahamina Begum. A Single-Trial Subspace –based Approach for Extracting VEP Signals from Brain Background Colored Noise. Proceeding for International Work-Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (IWBBIO 2013), IEEE, Accepted.

T. Begum, F. Reza, A.L. Ahmed. S. Elaina, M.C.L. Hanif, H. Omar, J. M. Abdullah. Neural Stimulants to N170 Event Related Potential (ERP) Component of Hijab Covered Faces: An ERP Study. 2012 IEEE-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Sciences proceeding, accepted.


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