Valerie Klein will present research investigating inter-brain synchrony and its relationship with collaborative task performance at this year’s ASPIRE Symposium! In this study, novel participant pairs complete a naturalistic Augmented Reality Tangram task while wearing EEG headsets. Results show that increased pairwise inter-brain synchrony is associated with increased task performance.
The symposium (open to the public) begins at 5:30pm at the Center for Mind and Brain (267 Cousteau Pl, Davis, CA 95618). The full program includes a keynote by Dr. Seth Frey, student lectures, and poster presentations.