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Description: Welcome to the Fastball Lab! We are a group of cognitive neuroscientists, led by Dr George Stothart, whose overarching aim is to translate the findings of cognitive neuroscience research into viable clinical tools for use in neurological and psychological disorders. Our core focus is in dementia, but we work across a range of disorders including essential tremor, stroke and Parkinson's disease. Our primary tool is EEG, with a focus on an emerging technique known as Fast Periodic Visual Stimulation. We believe strongly in the principles of Open Science, and aspire to be as transparent and as collaborative with the wider research community and public as we can possibly be. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions about our studies or data. You will find resources here for open science practices, data collection and analysis in the Wiki as well as links to all projects and publications the lab has been involved in. Please see , see for an introductory talk on some of the lab's work. Lab Director - George Stothart


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