Accession Number : AD1007472

Title :   Electroencephalogy (EEG) Feedback in Decision-Making

Descriptive Note : Technical Report,01 Jun 2012,31 May 2015

Corporate Author : George Mason University Fairfax United States

Personal Author(s) : Peterson,Matthew S

Full Text :

Report Date : 26 Aug 2015

Pagination or Media Count : 28

Abstract : The goal of this project is to investigate whether Electroencephalogy (EEG) can provide useful feedback whentraining rapid decision-making. More specifically, EEG will allow us to provide online feedback about the neuraldecision processes occurring during image-recognition training, and in turn will lead to faster decision responses,more hits, and fewer false alarms. A second subgoal is to investigate whether this can be done under free-viewingconditions in which eye movements must be made while viewing complex scenes.

Descriptors :   Biofeedback , decision making , Decision aids , Digital images , training , Man computer interface , Eye movements , brain

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE