Print Email Facebook Twitter Interpersonal EEG Synchrony While Listening to a Story Recorded Using Consumer-Grade EEG Devices Title Interpersonal EEG Synchrony While Listening to a Story Recorded Using Consumer-Grade EEG Devices Author Thammasan, N. Brouwer, A.M. Poel, M. van Erp, J. Contributor Davis, F. (editor) Riedl, R. (editor) vom Brocke, J. (editor) Léger, P.M. (editor) Randolph, A. (editor) Fischer, T. (editor) Publication year 2020 Abstract Interpersonal EEG synchrony derived from the hyperscanning technique has the potential to reveal brain mechanisms beyond the border of traditional analysis within an individual subject. However, the inter-brain connectivity has not been fully investigated using wearable consumer-grade EEG devices which can enable a variety of application in a real-world scenario. In this study, we investigate interpersonal synchrony by capturing EEG signals using wearable EEG devices, from multiple participants (N = 6, 7, 15) who simultaneously listened to a novel being read to them. The results show that similar power-spectral patterns from neural responses evoked by perceiving the same auditory stimuli exhibit the synchrony, which is likely to have a transient characteristic rather than being stationary. Subject Inter-brain synchronyElectroencephalogramHyperscanning To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:8289be07-d338-4217-b41f-f4b2a75f3b30 DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-28144-1_28 TNO identifier 870413 Publisher Springer, Cham Source Information Systems and Neuroscience, 253-259 Series Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation Document type bookPart Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.