Mobile EEG Application

Accelerated Learning 

The ‘mental game’ of sports, performance, and learning reaches new levels through EEG-based brain mapping techniques. By understanding the biological differences between expert and novice cognitive states during performance, teachers can teach better and students can learn faster.

Whereas as traditional coaching and expert observation assessments identify mistakes when they are made, EEG-based measures provide insights as to why they occurred.

The below media and findings outline how B-Alert technologies can be applied to distinguish skill-level performance. Inquire here to ask questions about how they can be applied in your work.

TEDxSanDiego: “A Window on the Brain”

Chris Berka, CEO and Co-Founder of Advanced Brain Monitoring, provides evidence that Malcolm Gladwell’s “10,000 Hours to Expertise” rule could be a myth. Join the audience for a closer look at the newest technologies that may represent the bridge to the next evolutions in learning.

Cognitive Skills Assessment during Robot-Assisted Surgery: Separating Wheat from Chaff

In these recently published findings, researchers at The Roswell Park Cancer Institute effectively differentiated between expert and novice surgeons through cognitive assessment, including: cognitive engagement, mental workload, and mental states. This introduces the possibility of utilizing cognition as a proficiency measure in the low-error margin tasks of robotic-assisted surgery.

Accelerating Training Using Interactive Neuro-Educational Technologies

Originally published in “The International Journal of Sport and Society,” these findings demonstrate how technologies like B-Alert X24 can be used to map the brains of experts across various skill-set domains. With examples like archery, golf, and known-distance marksmanship highlighted, does this represent the model for enabling novices of any training program get better, faster?

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