EEG correlates of task engagement and mental workload in vigilance, learning, and memory tasks.

@article{Berka2007EEGCO,
  title={EEG correlates of task engagement and mental workload in vigilance, learning, and memory tasks.},
  author={Chris Berka and Daniel J. Levendowski and Michelle N. Lumicao and Alan Hoi Lun Yau and Gene Davis and Vladimir T. Zivkovic and Richard Olmstead and Patrice D. Tremoulet and Patrick L. Craven},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={78 5 Suppl},
  pages={B231-44}
}
INTRODUCTION The ability to continuously and unobtrusively monitor levels of task engagement and mental workload in an operational environment could be useful in identifying more accurate and efficient methods for humans to interact with technology. This information could also be used to optimize the design of safer, more efficient work environments that increase motivation and productivity. METHODS The present study explored the feasibility of monitoring electroencephalo-graphic (EEG… CONTINUE READING
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