Electroencephalography (EEG) Designs
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A set of 8 designs offering both continuous and discrete feedback.
- Dual screen designs (therapist and client) included.
- Discrete feedback with refractory periods: after a point has been scored
(the signal has crossed a threshold) there is a brief period in which subsequent
threshold crosses are not rewarded. Leaders in the field recommend this as
offering the best conditions for learning.
- Use of training periods: a button begins a timed period of training, at the end
of which the client's feedback is switched off, allowing rest, but the trainer
can continue to monitor the signal, change thresholds etc. The length of
training period can be easily changed. At the end of the session the overall
pattern can be clearly visualised - see trend below. The gain over each training period
Graphical Feedback Features
- long term trend (20 min), showing training periods (green blocks in lower graph)
DVD feedback follows a negative reinforcement paradigm: when the signal moves
in the "wrong" direction, the picture quality degrades by either "greying out"
or by shrinking. Sound quality is also degraded (using white noise).
Conversely, when the signal moves in the "right" direction, the picture
Click on the thumbnail to see the full-scale image.
1. Basic EEG Design
In the basic design, the main training feedback is the bar graph to the right,
with points score below. The trainee must lower the bar graph to score a point.
This design has two channels of EEG.
2. EEG DVD Design
The area surrounding the DVD, normally black, flashes green when a point is
scored, and the DVD picture becomes clear.
For further information see the User Guide for the EEG designs. This can be downloaded
for free. Visit the downloads page by clicking the link in the navigation menu.
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