EEG in the classroom: Synchronised neural recordings during video presentation

  title={EEG in the classroom: Synchronised neural recordings during video presentation},
  author={Andreas Trier Poulsen and Simon Kamronn and Jacek Dmochowski and Lucas C. Parra and Lars Kai Hansen},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
We performed simultaneous recordings of electroencephalography (EEG) from multiple students in a classroom, and measured the inter-subject correlation (ISC) of activity evoked by a common video stimulus. The neural reliability, as quantified by ISC, has been linked to engagement and attentional modulation in earlier studies that used high-grade equipment in laboratory settings. Here we reproduce many of the results from these studies using portable low-cost equipment, focusing on the robustness… CONTINUE READING
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