EEG was obtained by a 32 active electrode setup in agreement to the 10–20 system. A soft electrode cap adjusted to the subjects’ head size were used for holding the electrodes in place (actiCAP, BrainProducts GmbH, Gilching, Germany). An impedance of 20 kΩ were used. The EEG signal was then filtered (0.53–100 Hz) and sampled at 2 kHz (QuickAmp 40 channel amplifier; Brain Vision Recorder software, BrainProducts). FCz was used as common reference electrode. Two surface electrodes, placed at the lower right and at the upper left side of the eye, were used to detect eye blinks and ocular movements.

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