A Practical Guide to Brain Data Analysis

Book Description

This book was developed to help students and researchers in the fields of , , law and other social science areas to understand and apply neuroscience. With the use of neuroscience technologies, it is now possible to understand how people make decisions in practice, using friendly and ecological experimental setups. The first half of the book studies the decision-making process and explains how the brain is organized. It presents the brain as a distributed system, shows how to record brain activities, and how to combine neurosciences and statistical tools to experiments. In the last chapters, experiments on stock market decision, dilemma judgment, vote decision and understanding of media propaganda are described and discussed.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Decision-making Process
Chapter 3 How the Brain is Organized
Chapter 4 The Brain as a Distributed Processing System
Chapter 5 How to Map the Brain
Chapter 6 How to Make an Experiment with EEG
Chapter 7 Decision-making
Chapter 8 Moral Dilemma Judgment
Chapter 9 Thinking about Firearm Control
Chapter 10 Multivariate Brain Analysis
Chapter 11 Concluding Remarks

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