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Issue No.05 - September/October (2011 vol.26)
pp: 38-45
Laura Astolfi , Sapienza University of Rome and Fondazione Santa Lucia Hospital, Italy
Jlenia Toppi , Sapienza University of Rome and Fondazione Santa Lucia Hospital, Italy
Fabrizio De Vico Fallani , Sapienza University of Rome and Fondazione Santa Lucia Hospital, Italy
Giovanni Vecchiato , Sapienza University of Rome and Fondazione Santa Lucia Hospital, Italy
Febo Cincotti , Sapienza University of Rome and Fondazione Santa Lucia Hospital, Italy
Christopher T. Wilke , University of Minnesota
Han Yuan , Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Donatella Mattia , Fondazione Santa Lucia Hospital, Italy
Serenella Salinari , Sapienza University of Rome
Bin He , University of Minnesota
Fabio Babiloni , Sapienza University of Rome and Fondazione Santa Lucia Hospital, Italy
ABSTRACT
<p>Advances in neuroelectric recordings and computational tools allow investigation of interactive brain activity and connectivity in a group of subjects engaged in social interactions.</p>
INDEX TERMS
Intelligent systems, brain informatics, neuroelectric recordings, EEG hyperscanning, social interactions, neuroscience, social brain
CITATION
Laura Astolfi, Jlenia Toppi, Fabrizio De Vico Fallani, Giovanni Vecchiato, Febo Cincotti, Christopher T. Wilke, Han Yuan, Donatella Mattia, Serenella Salinari, Bin He, Fabio Babiloni, "Imaging the Social Brain by Simultaneous Hyperscanning during Subject Interaction", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.26, no. 5, pp. 38-45, September/October 2011, doi:10.1109/MIS.2011.61
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