The UC-Davis/SDSU ERP Boot Camp is a 10-day intensive introduction to the ERP technique, organized and led by Steve Luck and Emily Kappenman with additional lectures by many other ERP experts. It is held every summer at UC-Davis or SDSU.
The next 10-day Boot Camp will be held July 15-24, 2019 at the UC-Davis Center for Mind & Brain (pending final approval of our NIH grant). Applications are due by March 1, 2019. Note that we will not receive final approval until after applications are due, but our grant proposal received an outstanding score and we fully expect to hold the 2019 Boot Camp.
Funded by grant R25MH080794 from the National Institute of Mental Health.
Where do ERPs come from? What do they mean?
Design and interpretation of ERP experiments
Setting up and running an ERP lab
EEG data acquisition
Filtering, artifact rejection, and artifact correction
Measuring and analyzing ERP components
Cognition, emotion, sensory systems, motor systems
Development, aging, psychiatric and neurological disorders
Lectures (click here to download slides)
Recording and analysis activities
Individual consultations with expert faculty
Small-group "dissections" of journal articles
Break-out groups on special topics
Social events for networking and developing collaborations
Participants and Application Information
Participants at previous Boot Camps have come from around the world and have ranged from beginning graduate students to full professors. They have included psychologists, neuroscientists, psychiatrists, neurologists, linguists, speech pathologists, audiologists, and more.
We encourage the participation of individuals from underrepresented and disadvantaged groups. We are happy to accommodate people with disabilities.
Please note that we can accommodate only 35 participants per year, and admission is based on a rigorous review of applications.
If you have questions about the 10-day UC-Davis/SDSU ERP Boot Camp, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.