Nathaniel E. Helwig

Associate Professor of Psychology and Statistics

Neuroscience Methods

Neuroimaing approaches such as electroencephalograph (EEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) record massive amounts of data, and we need reliable methods for analyzing these data. My research focuses on the development of computationally scalable nonparametric and multivariate methods for analyzing neuroimaging data. This work is implemented in my R packages eegkit, ica, multiway, npreg, and nptest.

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