2. Source mapping of EEG responses into the ear: Auditory evoked responses such as the ASSR are generated by contribution of different sources along the central nervous system. By looking at how these responses are captured by many electrodes placed in different locations, we can derive backward models to get statistical inferences as to where the signal was most likely generated.
3. Ear-EEG multichannel signal processing: High density setups, like the one used in this project, allow us to evaluate if the use of more available information is a benefit for faster and more efficient ways to measure these types of responses.
4. Temporal dynamics of steady-state responses