This book, edited by Dr Kathrin Cohen Kadosh, is an ideal overview for anyone with an interest in the cognitive neuroscience of child development. It features a chapter on magnetoencephaloraphy (MEG) in children:
- Dalmaijer, E.S., Anwyl-Irvine, A.L., Bignardi, G., Hauk, O., & Astle, D.E. (2021). Magnetoencephalography and developmental cognitive neuroscience. In: K. Cohen Kadosh (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198827474.013.5
This book is an introduction to the programming language Python. It starts from the very beginning, and its chapters teach you how to code psychological experiments, and the type of analyses and data visualisations that are typical in experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience. The book features both visual and auditory stimuli, and responses using mouse, keyboard, joystick, and eye tracking. The introduced libraries are PsychoPy and PyGaze (for experiments), NumPy and SciPy (for analysis), and Matplotlib (for visualisation).
- Dalmaijer, E.S. (2016). Python for Experimental Psychologists. Abbingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge (part of Taylor and Francis Publishing Group). Preview and buy it here!