An Adaptive fNIRS-based BCI for Learning Music on the Piano

Oleson, Kurt B.
2015

Thesis conducted for Cognitive and Brain Sciences through the department of Psychology and Human Compute Interaction. This experiment sought to utilize an fNIRS-based BCI in a learning environment. The interface tested was aimed to improve learning speed and accuracy. Specifically, this study focused on learning a piece of music on the piano. The BCI used cognitive load measurements in order to ad... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
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Senior honors thesis.
Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
Brain-computer interfaces.
Human-computer interaction.
Music--Instruction and study--Research.
Music--Psychological aspects.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/001143
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