Sensitivity of functional tympanic membrane thermometry (fTMT) as an index of hemispheric activation in cognition.
The measure of hemispheric activation in cognitive and clinical studies remains out of reach of many scientists due to cost, analysis complexity, and practical consideration of the techniques available such as fMRI, EEG, or EMG. The present study was conducted to determine whether infrared functional tympanic membrane thermometry (fTMT) is a measure of lateralised activation sensitive enough to be used in typical cognitive and clinical experiments. A total of 24 participants had their tympanic...[Show more]
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