EEG and Brain Wave Training

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==Research Questions==
==Research Questions==
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;The main question for this thesis is '''"Is it possible to measure, train and
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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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detect changes in EEG signals related to engagement?"'''.
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: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  
:'''Is it possible to correlate EEG signals with self reported engagement and  
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flow?'''
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: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 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'''
:'''Is it possible to detect changes in EEG measures of engagement based on participant training in EEG'''

Revision as of 12:11, 11 February 2011

Hanne Fagerjord Karlsen

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 eff�ective 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
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