Reading Your Mind: EEG during Reading Task
This paper demonstrates the ability to study the human reading behaviors with the use of Electroencephalography (EEG). This is a relatively new research direction because, obviously, gaze-tracking technologies are used specifically for those types of studies. We suspect, EEG, with the capability of recording brain-wave activities from the human scalp, in theory, could exhibit potential attributes to replace gaze-tracking in such research. To prove the concept, in this paper, we organized a BCI...[Show more]
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