Matt Craddock

University of Lincoln

About me

I'm a cognitive neuroscientist and psychologist. I currently research how pre-stimulus brain activity influences perception. I use electroencephalography (EEG), functional magnetic resonance imaging(fMRI), and transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS).

Since January 2018, I’ve been a lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Lincoln, UK, where I teach research methods and statistics using R. Before that, I was a post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Leeds, UK, and before that a post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Leipzig, DE.

From my blog

The Time-Frequency Transform

What is intertrial coherence?

Intertrial coherence (ITC) is a measure of how consistent oscillatory phase is across an ensemble of trials. In the schematic below, we …

EEG processing with Python, but in R: redux

Two years ago I wrote a post demonstrating Python pre-processing of EEG data using Python chunks in an RMarkdown document. This worked …

Building up an ERP

How averaging over repetitions produces an event related potential and separates signal from noise

More on reaction times

I previously replicated some simulations from a journal article by Ratcliff (1993) 1. These sims demonstrate that transformations such …