In many circumstances, groups make better decisions than individuals. In previous research we have shown that collaborative Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) could be used to estimate the decision confidence of isolated users and improve group decision making in visual tasks involving static images. The goals of this study are (a) to test whether such a collaborative BCI could improve group performance when users are exposed to video feeds from a realistic environment, and (b) to significantly reduce the number of EEG electrodes required to estimate the decision confidence.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 24 Jul 2018|
- Error Negativity
- Brain Computer Interface
- Group decision making
- electroencephalography (EEG)
Valeriani, D., Bhattacharyya, S., Cinel, C., Citi, L., & Poli, R. (2018). Augmenting group decision making accuracy in a realistic environment using collaborative brain-computer interfaces based on error-related potentials.