Effect of a cognitive involving videogame on MI task

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Proceedings of the 6th International Brain-Computer Interface Meeting, organized by the BCI Society, 2016, pp. 175 - 175
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Researcher and developers have to face with performance variation in motor imagery[1] across and within subjects and its fluctuations over time. In addition MI achievement variations within subjects are closely correlated to neurophysiological variables[2]. In our study a MI task was submitted to a group of healthy subjects before and after playing BCIGEM videogame for 90 minutes. Some EEG features were found, suggesting a different pathway of activation inside MU rhythm during Motor Imagery (MI) after a mentally challenging activity like playing a videogame
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