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EEG-based Analysis of Auditory Stimulations Generated from Watching Disgust-Eliciting Videos
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EEG-based Analysis of Auditory Stimulations Generated from Watching Disgust-Eliciting Videos
Lee, Mi-Jin; Kim, Hae-Lin; Kang, Hang-Bong;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we present electroencephalography (EEG)-based power spectra analysis and auditory stimuli methods as coping mechanisms for disgust affection and phobia. Disgust affection is a negative emotion generated from trying to eliminate something harmful to one. It is usually related to mental illnesses such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, specifically phobia and depression. In our experiments, participants watched videos on horrible body mutilation and disgusting creatures, with either the original sound track or relaxing and exciting music as auditory stimulation. After watching the videos with original sound track, the participants watched the same video with a different audio background, such as soothing or cheerful music. We analyzed the EEG data utilizing relative power spectra and examined survey results of the participants. The results demonstrated that disgust affection is decreased when participants watched the video with relaxing or exciting music instead of the original soundtracks. Moreover, we confirmed that human`s brainwave reacts according to types of audio and sources of disgust affection.
 Keywords
EEG;Disgust;Auditory Stimuli;
 Language
Korean
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