EEG and Brain Wave Training

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== Investigation of development in engagement EEG signals pre/post brain training ==
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===About===
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[[File:epoc.jpg|right|alt=Emotiv Epoc]]
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[[File:Scorpion.jpg|right|alt=NXT Lego Robotc]]
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*Master Thesis Project by [[Hanne Fagerjord Karlsen]].
*This project is looking at the difference between training using physical objects (Lego Robot) vs the virtual object on screen.
*This project is looking at the difference between training using physical objects (Lego Robot) vs the virtual object on screen.
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*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLxQHp64KT4[Video of mind controlled robot]]
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*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLxQHp64KT4[Video of mind controlled robot, December Experiment.]]
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*[[Samtykkeskjema]]
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*[[Samtykkeskjema]](Informed Consent Form,currently in Norwegian)
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*[http://tinyurl.com/eegproject Signup]]
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=== Contact ===
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*Name: [[Hanne Fagerjord Karlsen]]
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*E-mail: [mailto:hmkarlsen@gmail.com hmkarlsen@gmail.com]
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*Phone:(+47)99 26 90 45
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*Blog:[http://faircontemplations.blogspot.com/[Fair Contemplations]]
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*Office: A114. (Usually found here all weekdays)
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*Experiment Room: A118
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*Supervisor: Simon McCallum
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*Skype: JaviFairground
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=== Research Questions ===
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The main question for this thesis is '''''"Is it possible to measure, train and detect changes in EEG signals related to engagement?"'''''.
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==Research Questions==
 
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;The main question for this thesis is '''"Is it possible to measure, train and
 
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detect changes in EEG signals related to engagement?"'''.
 
:The sub research questions are the following:
:The sub research questions are the following:
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:'''Is it possible to correlate EEG signals with self reported engagement and  
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flow?'''
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*:'''Is it possible to correlate EEG signals with self reported engagement and flow?'''
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:'''Is it more eff�ective to use a physical object (i.e a robot) to train control of EEG signals?'''
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:'''Is it possible to detect changes in EEG measures of engagement based on participant training in EEG'''
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*:'''Is it more effective to use a physical object (i.e a robot) to train control of EEG signals?'''
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*:'''Is it possible to detect changes in EEG measures of engagement based on participant training in EEG'''
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===Media Coverage===
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*[http://nrk.no/nyheter/distrikt/hedmark_og_oppland/1.7521058[NRK - Computer Games and ADHD.]]
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*[http://nl.nrk.no/podkast/aps/71/nrk_verdt_aa_vite_2011-0217-1250_6343354440.mp3[NRK RADIO -  EEG Talk, 20 minutes into the show.]]
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*[http://www.nrk.no/nett-tv/hastighet.aspx?retururl=%2fnett-tv%2findeks%2f237784%2f[NRK Førkveld 12/11/2010 - Mind controlled Robot.]]
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*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLxQHp64KT4[Video of mind controlled robot, December Experiment.]]

Current revision as of 10:37, 30 March 2011

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Investigation of development in engagement EEG signals pre/post brain training

About

Emotiv Epoc
NXT Lego Robotc

Contact

Research Questions

The main question for this thesis is "Is it possible to measure, train and detect changes in EEG signals related to engagement?".

The sub research questions are the following:
  • Is it possible to correlate EEG signals with self reported engagement and flow?
  • Is it more effective to use a physical object (i.e a robot) to train control of EEG signals?
  • Is it possible to detect changes in EEG measures of engagement based on participant training in EEG

Media Coverage

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