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Pilot Study: eye-tracking and skin conductance to monitor task engagement during bimodal neurofeedback

Abstract

Neurofeedback (NF) is becoming a feasible brain training technique with a potential in rehabilitation for a broad range of brain disorders. However, there is high variability in NF efficacy with a big proportion of participants failing to regulate their own brain activity. We propose to use eye-tracking (ET) and skin conductance (SC) tools to identify attention and arousal features, with the aim of monitoring real-time changes in task engagement during bimodal EEG-fMRI NF in our forthcoming work.
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inserm-04107747 , version 1 (26-05-2023)

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Agustina Fragueiro, Renè-Paul Debroize, Antoine Coutrot, Elise Bannier, Claire Cury. Pilot Study: eye-tracking and skin conductance to monitor task engagement during bimodal neurofeedback. ISBI 2023, Apr 2023, Carthagène des Indes, Colombia. ⟨inserm-04107747⟩
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