Neuroscience

This dataset contains information about published papers on how biological signals (ECG, EEG, EDA and MG + eye-tracking) are being used and collected in the field of video games. This dataset reflects the information published including the choice of signals, the devices used to collect them (e.g., wearables), the purposes for which they are collected, and the main results reported from their use.

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The use of modern Mobile Brain-Body imaging techniques, combined with hyperscanning (simultaneous and synchronous recording of brain activity of multiple participants) has allowed researchers to explore a broad range of different types of social interactions from the neuroengineering perspective. In specific, this approach allows to study such type of interactions under an ecologically valid approach.

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The EegDot data set  (EEG data evoked by Different Odor Types established by Tianjin University) collected using a Cerebus neural signal acquisition equipment involved thirteen odor stimulating materials, five of which (smelling like rose (A), caramel (B), rotten (C), canned peach (D), and excrement (E)) were selected from the T&T olfactometer (from the Daiichi Yakuhin Sangyo Co., Ltd., Japan) and the remaining eight from essential oils (i.e., mint (F), tea tree (G), coffee (H), rosemary (I), jasmine (J), lemon (K), vanilla (L) and lavender (M)).

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The EegDot data set collected using a Cerebus neural signal acquisition equipment involed thirteen odor stimulating materials, five of which (smelling like rose (A), caramel (B), rotten (C), canned peach (D), and excrement (E)) were selected from the T&T olfactometer (from the Daiichi Yakuhin Sangyo Co., Ltd., Japan) and the remaining eight from essential oils (i.e., mint (F), tea tree (G), coffee (H), rosemary (I), jasmine (J), lemon (K), vanilla (L) and lavender (M)).

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The EegDoc data set collected using a Cerebus neural signal acquisition equipment involved 2 types of odors (smelling like roses and rotten odors), each with 5 concentrations. Five concentrations of the rose odor are expressed as A10-3.0 (A30), A10-3.5 (A35), A10-4.0 (A40), A10-4.5 (A45) and A10-5.0 (A50), and five concentrations of the rotten odor are expressed as C10-4.0 (C40), C10-4.5 (C45), C10-5.0 (C50), C10-5.5 (C55) and C10-6.0 (C60).

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Abstract— Objective: Recently, pupil oscillation synchronized with a steady visual stimulus was employed for an input of an interface. The system is inspired by steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP) BCIs, but it eliminates the need for contact with the participant because it does not need electrodes to measure electroencephalography. However, the stimulation frequency is restricted to being below 2.5 Hz because of the mechanics of pupillary vibration and information transfer rate (ITR) is lower than SSVEP BCIs.

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EEG consists of collecting information from brain activity in the form of electrical voltage. Epileptic Seizure prediction and detection is a major sought after research nowadays. This dataset contains data from 11 patients of whom seizures are observed in EEG for 2 patients.

 

The total duration of seizures is 170 seconds. The number of channels is 16 and data is collected at 256Hz sampling rate.

 

The final dataset files in .csv format contain 87040 rows x 17 columns,

 

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Brainwave entrainment beats detection has become an important topic due to the ability of these beats to change human brain waves to decrease anxiety, help focus attention, improve memory, improve mood, enhance creativity, reduce pain, help with meditation, enhance mental flexibility, and enhance sleep quality. However, listening to it can cause unwanted side effects as it can increase feelings of depression, anxiety, anger, and confusion in some people.

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Brainwave entrainment beats detection has become an important topic due to the ability of these beats to change human brain waves to decrease anxiety, help focus attention, improve memory, improve mood, enhance creativity, reduce pain, help with meditation, enhance mental flexibility, and enhance sleep quality. However, listening to it can cause unwanted side effects as it can increase feelings of depression, anxiety, anger, and confusion in some people.

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