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Comparative Study using EEG between Music Major Group and Non-major Group
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Comparative Study using EEG between Music Major Group and Non-major Group
Jeong, Su-Yeon; Lee, Hyeseung; Lee, Naesun; Choi, Doo-Hyun;
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Objective: This paper is to analyze the impact of musical training to the fast wave activation of the EEG. Background: EEG is neurological research method that can observe the brain function in real time. EEG can be used to determine the nervousness and relaxedness of a person who receives stimuli in a structured environment. Therefore, it is possible to interpret the functional state of human brain by the analysis of EEG. Method: The brain activities of two groups of university students in the point of RFA(Relative Fast Alpha) caused by different music are analyzed in this paper. One is the group of music majors and the other is the group of non-majors. Results: Music major and non-major groups show meaningful differences in RFA during exposed to classic and metal music. Conclusion: Learning experience on music affects RFA increment of music majors. Application: The result of this study will be used as basic data to evaluate the learning effects of students who want to study music.
EEG;RFA;Classic music;Metal music;
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