A Review on Neuropsychophysiological Correlates of Flow
Games are captivating from a human-computer interaction point of view. They can induce an intensely involving and engaging experience termed flow, which refers to the optimal state of experience when one is fully immersed in an activity. This paper provides a review of the neural and psychophysiological correlates of flow as well as some directions for future research.
Nah, F. F., Yelamanchili, T., & Siau, K. (2017). A Review on Neuropsychophysiological Correlates of Flow. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10294, pp. 364-372. Springer Verlag.
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Brain mapping; Computer games; Electroencephalography; Human computer interaction; Logic programming; Magnetic resonance imaging; Neuroimaging; Brain imaging; Flow; Functional magnetic resonance imaging; Neural correlates; Psychophysiological correlates; Functional neuroimaging; Electroencephalogram
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01 Jul 2017