publication . Conference object . 2014

Shaping of neuronal activity through a Brain Computer Interface

Valero-Aguayo, Luis; Silva-Sauer, Leandro; Velasco-Alvarez, Ricardo; Ron-Angevin, Ricardo;
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  • Published: 12 Sep 2014
  • Country: Spain
Neuronal responses are human actions which can be measured by an EEG, and which imply changes in waves when neurons are synchronized. This activity could be changed by principles of behaviour analysis. This research tests the efficacy of the behaviour shaping procedure to progressively change neuronal activity, so that those brain responses are adapted according to the differential reinforcement of visual feedback. The Brain Computer Interface (BCI) enables us to record the EEG in real time using signals to manage a computer or a virtual environment. In this study, participants had to move a virtual reality car to the right or left-hand side of the road, using o...
free text keywords: Interacción hombre-ordenador, Cerebro - Investigación, Conducta, Brain Computer Interface, Shaping, EEG
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