The design, construction, and implementation of a simulated pilot's task to be used in the study of the effects of EEG biofeedback
Ayers, Douglas Pierce
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A brief history of the EEG and a physiological explanation of the possible causes of EEG waveforms is given. A highly reliable simulated pilot's tasking system is designed and explained in detail. An analog circuit to produce a voltage equal to the square root of the sum of two input voltages squared is designed to be used as a measure of effectiveness of EEG biofeedback. A discussion of present and future data analysis programs is presented.
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