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Study on the Characteristics of EEG in Resting State on Visuo-Spatial Working Memory Performance
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Study on the Characteristics of EEG in Resting State on Visuo-Spatial Working Memory Performance
Jung, Chul-Woo; Lee, Hyeob-Eui; Wi, Hyun-Wook; Choi, Nam-Sook; Park, Pyong-Woon;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to predict visual-spatial working memory performance through the characteristics of an electroencephalogram (EEG) in the resting state. The 31 study participants, middle school students with various to academic performance, were underwent visual-spatial working memory test in the Comprehensive Attention Test (CAT) on December in 2014. Each 7 and 6 participants were divided into an Excellent Working Memory (EWM) group and Poor Working Memory (PWM) group depending on the forward/backward working memory scores. The EEG measurements and analysis of the data from a Brain Function Tester were performed by the two groups. A Mann-Whitney Test was used to examine the statistical differences between them. The activation of high beta () at the Fp1 and Fp2 sites in the left and right hemisphere, and that of the low beta () in the right hemisphere in the EWM group was significantly higher than that in the PWM group. In conclusion, there is a correlation between the visual-spatial working memory performance and the activation of and in the resting state and a close correlation that of in the right hemisphere in terms of mental activity and faculty. Therefore, the visual-spatial working memory performance can be predicted by the activation of and in the resting state. The activation of EEG can be applied as an assessment tool and provide basis data for visual-spatial working memory performance.
 Keywords
BQ Analysis;CAT;DMN;EEG;Resting State;Visuo-Spatial Working Memory;
 Language
Korean
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