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The development of a eustress sensing system using In-Ear EEG
  • Kazutaka Ueda ,
  • Yasuhiko Imamura ,
  • Takuya Ibaraki
Kazutaka Ueda
The University of Toky

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Takuya Ibaraki
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It is necessary to remain in a eustress state while concentrating on a task to increase productivity. This study aimed to develop a eustress sensing system using In-Ear electroencephalograph (EEG). We demonstrated that EEG data measured by In-Ear EEG could be used to predict a subjective eustress state while performing eustress-inducing tasks.