Quantifying cognitive aging and performance with at-home gamified mobile EEG


Cognitive and clinical neuroscience often rely on small datasets, gathered from restricted populations in lab settings only. Dry-sensor EEG is a technology that can be made affordable and easy to use. When combined with... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Brian Murphy (Queen's University Belfast, BrainWaveBank Ltd Belfast)
  2. Andrea Aleni (BrainWaveBank Ltd)
  3. Brahim Belaoucha (BrainWaveBank Ltd)
  4. John Dyer (BrainWaveBank Ltd)
  5. Hugh Nolan (BrainWaveBank Ltd)

Topic Area

Digital Signal Processing


Poster » Poster Session (14:50 - Thursday, 21st June, Ashby Building Foyer)

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