Method for Assigning and Calibrating the Psychological Indicators in MindMi Psychometric Systems
16 Pages Posted: 8 Jun 2017
Date Written: June 8, 2017
An exhaustive brain mapping is not yet available. Enormous financial efforts are made for such a research. See the American Project, suggestively named “BRAIN” (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) that, since from the start, set to achieve some dynamic images, at very high speeds, of the interactions taking place in the neural networks, through advanced technologies, capable to explain matters still hidden, over processing, memorizing and decision-making, with the purpose to clarify the deep connections between behaviour and brain functions. Human Brain Project was also a highly costly initiative of the European Commission through the “European Month of the Brain” having as target an atlas of the human brain. This assumes designing some new mathematical models, used to simulate processes on various levels of cortical organization, but also databases unified in a Neuro Computer Platform providing information to another brain simulation platform: Brain Simulation Platform.
With respect to our research, which led to completing the evaluation reports provided by the MindMiTM, psychometric system, the pursued aim was a high correlation between the electrodermal and the electroencephalographic biosignals, for which sets of mediated value data were used on optimum time sessions. In the assigning process, we considered the most known brain mapping charts, but also a fractal concept that facilitated the functional identification of the measuring areas, for the EEG signals, and an inferential tensor pattern used to mark the EDA biosignals for assignment purposes.
Keywords: biosignals, human brain, inferential, mathematical models, behaviour
JEL Classification: O31
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