ELECTRICAL NEURODYNAMICS IN HUMAN BODY
First action potential will be defined as neural level origin of electro-physiological activities in human body, then characteristic properties of AP sums will be described.
Electrophysiological measurement principle and meaning of electrode placement on scalp surface will be shown with respect to analysis approaches in brain biophysics. The relations between experimental data paradigms and specified research goals will be briefly stated to present diversity in electrical brain functions.
New trends, so called neuro-feedback and biofeedback in drug-free treatment will be introduced and finally, forthcoming research topics will be given to offer kindly collaboration.
Serap AYDIN received her B.Sc. degree from the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department of Gazi University, and M.Sc. degree from the Ondokuz Mayıs Univ. (OMU). Her M.Sc. studies were 2-dimensional discrete-time systems and their modeling approaches in simulations.In 2006, she received her Ph.D. degree from Middle East Technical Unv. (METU) in the field of biomedical signal processing and with the focus on electrical brain potentials in response to auditory stimuli in healthy young adults. Her active research interests are quantitative bio-markers, complexity metrics, coherence analysis, brain connectivity, neuro-muscular synchronization, statistical analysis and neural-networks.