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Affective states, moods and emotions, are an integral part of human nature: they shape our thoughts, govern the behavior of the individual, and influence our interpersonal relationships. The last decades have seen a growing interest in the automatic detection of such states from voice, facial...
Evidence from neuroscience and psychology supports the idea that synchronization among various sub-components of the organism is the key-point to emotional processes. This study investigates the way signals from the central nervous system interact with signals from the peripheral nervous system...
This study aimed to identify the neurophysiological correlates of two primary aroused affective states related to positive and negative emotions, and to create a classification model for each second of data. General and individualized models were built on the EEG data recorded from 98...
Monitoring the affective states of a person can be highly relevant for numerous disciplines, including adaptive user interfaces, entertainment, ergonomics, medicine and therapy. In many situations, the affective state of a user is not easily observable from outside by audio or video, but may be...
There is a pressing clinical need for responsive neurostimulators, which sense a patient’s brain activity and deliver targeted electrical stimulation to suppress unwanted symptoms. This is particularly true in psychiatric illness, where symptoms can fluctuate throughout the day. Affective BCIs,...
The prefrontal cortex (PFC) has been investigated extensively with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and identified as a neural substrate central to emotion regulation and decision-making, particularly in the context of utilitarian moral dilemmas. However, there are two important...
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