EEG Databases for Emotion Recognition

  title={EEG Databases for Emotion Recognition},
  author={Yisi Liu and Olga Sourina},
  journal={2013 International Conference on Cyberworlds},
Emotion recognition from Electroencephalogram (EEG) rapidly gains interest from research community. Two affective EEG databases are presented in this paper. Two experiments are conducted to set up the databases. Audio and visual stimuli are used to evoke emotions during the experiments. The stimuli are selected from IADS and IAPS databases.14 subjects participated in each experiment. Emotiv EEG device is used for the data recording. The EEG data are rated by the participants with arousal… CONTINUE READING
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