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Interactive brains in juggling dyads: a hyperbrain case study

Interactive brains in juggling dyads: a hyperbrain case study

Authors: 
Edson Filho, Maria Gabriella Tana, Selenia Di Fronso, Claudio Robazza, Maurizio Bertollo, & Silvia Comani
Year: 
2014
Journal: 
The SFPS' 5th International Congress of Sport Psychology
Abstract: 

Recent efforts in social neuroscience have been directed at understanding multi-­‐brain interactions. In effect, research has focused on the dual brain approach, in which hyper-­‐brain functional connectivity is mapped during cooperative actions (e.g., guitar playing) (Astolfi et al., 2011; Sänger, Müller, & Lindenberger, 2012). We aimed to detect the neural schemes underlying the abstract notion of “shared mental models" through electroencephalographic (EEG) mapping of two brains performing a common motor juggling task of increasing difficulty.

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