EEG correlates of unsupervised spatial learning in immersive, large-scale virtual environments

Abstract

Using a novel, fully-mobile virtual reality paradigm, we investigated the EEG correlates of spatial representations formed during unsupervised exploration. During a test phase, 24-hours after initial exploration, when subjects perceived an object that was incongruent with their spatial expectations we found a decreased negativity peaking at 170ms with scalp… (More)

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