Frontal Alpha Asymmetry Neurofeedback for Brain-Computer Interfaces

@inproceedings{Cavazza2014FrontalAA,
  title={Frontal Alpha Asymmetry Neurofeedback for Brain-Computer Interfaces},
  author={Marc Cavazza and Gabor Aranyi and Fred Charles and Julie Porteous and Stephen Gilroy and Gilan Jackont and Ilana Klovatch and Gal Raz and Nimrod Jakob Keynan and Avihay Cohen and Talma Hendler},
  year={2014}
}
We report the development of an affective BCI based on frontal alpha asymmetry neurofeedback, which has previously been used in clinical experiments. Our results evidence a pattern of high-performance for some subjects, combined with high illiteracy, with 52.3% of subjects succeeding in the neurofeedback task. We suggest that individual asymmetry baseline… CONTINUE READING