Measurement of Enthusiasm for Tasks through Event Related Potentials

M.F. Funada, S.P. Ninomija, T. Itabashi, M. Tsuyukubo, S. Tsuruga, M. Shibukawa, and Y. Ito (Japan)


EEG, enthusiasm, ERP, measurement, task, significancy


The purpose of this paper is to measure enthusiasm level for tasks from Event Related Potentials (ERPs). The tasks given to subjects are to watch several pictures written a word on CRT display and to select one of them. Analytical methods are to record Electroencephalogram (EEG), to obtain ERPs from the averaged EEG, to find characteristics of ERPs and to analyze them. Finally we discuss the results and obtain the characteristics of ERPs to measure enthusiasm of human beings.

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