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Analysis of Concentration-Related EEG Component Due to Smartphone
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Concentration-Related EEG Component Due to Smartphone
Jang, Yun-Seok;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to observe the changes of EEG signals in the process for solving the problems in concentration. In the experiments, subjects were given two tasks. The first task is to memorize the words after they used their own smart phone for ordinary commercial games and the second task is to memorize the words after they read a page of a p-book. In this paper, we present SMR waves and mid-beta waves to analyze from the EEG signals of the subjects because the waves are the EEG components related to concentration of human.
 Keywords
EEG Signal;Smart Phone;Concentration;P-Book;SMR Wave;Mid-beta Wave;
 Language
Korean
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