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Conventional experiments conducted by psychophysiologists and cognitive neuroscientists have long required subjects' body movements to be severely restricted. This, however, could be a major obstacle to better understanding how our brains support our everyday life, a topic of growing scientific interest that also may have increasingly feasible practical applications. In this symposium, we will discuss studies of brain dynamics related to emotion in daily life, proposed and ongoing under an industry-university research collaboration at the COI Stream, Center of KANSEI Innovation of Hiroshima University. We have invited Dr. Makeig and colleagues from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) to speak about their work. Dr. Makeig first proposed the concept of mobile brain-body imaging (MoBI) and now leads research at UCSD on brain-mind-body interactions during natural behaviors. This symposium will be co-hosted by ICP2016 and Center of KANSEI Innovation, Hiroshima University.
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