標題: Spatial and temporal EEG dynamics of motion sickness
作者: Chen, Yu-Chieh
Duann, Jeng-Ren
Chuang, Shang-Wen
Lin, Chun-Ling
Ko, Li-Wei
Jung, Tzyy-Ping
Lin, Chin-Teng
資訊工程學系
電控工程研究所
Department of Computer Science
Institute of Electrical and Control Engineering
關鍵字: EEG;Independent component analysis (ICA);Motion sickness;Time frequency;Vestibular system;Brain dynamics
公開日期: 1-Feb-2010
摘要: This study investigates motion-sickness-related brain responses using a VR-based driving simulator oil a motion platform with six degrees of freedom, which provides both visual and vestibular stimulations to induce motion sickness in a manner that is close to that in daily life. Subjects' brain dynamics associated with motion sickness were measured using a 32-channel EEG system. Their degree of motion sickness was simultaneously and continuously reported using an onsite joystick, providing non-stop behavioral references to the recorded EEG changes The acquired EEG signals were parsed by independent component analysis (ICA) into maximally independent processes. The decomposition enables the brain dynamics that are induced by the motion of the platform and motion sickness to be disassociated. Five MS-related brain processes with equivalent dipoles located in the left motor, the parietal. the right motor, the occipital and the occipital midline areas were consistently identified across all subjects. The parietal and motor components exhibited significant alpha power suppression in response to vestibular stimuli, while the occipital components exhibited MS-related power augmentation in mainly theta and delta bands: the occipital midline components exhibited a broadband power increase Further, time series cross-correlation analysis was employed to evaluate relationships between the spectral changes associated with different brain processes and the degree of motion sickness According to our results, it is suggested both visual and vestibular stimulations should be used to induce motion sickness in brain dynamic studies (C) 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.10.005
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/5881
ISSN: 1053-8119
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.10.005
期刊: NEUROIMAGE
Volume: 49
Issue: 3
起始頁: 2862
結束頁: 2870
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