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Abstract

GAVIRIA GIRALDO, Julián; JIMENEZ BUILES, Jovani Alberto  and  BRANCH BEDOYA, John William. BRAIN IMAGING AS SOURCE OF DATA FOR PROFILING LEARNERS IN VIRTUAL EDUCATION. Rev.EIA.Esc.Ing.Antioq [online]. 2015, n.23, pp.129-136. ISSN 1794-1237.

This work proposes and demonstrates that mind reading is currently possible in terms of characterizing someone's brain responses to a specific action. For this work some responses named cognitive neuroscience variables are used. In other words, this work is framed in the learning field, and solves effectively one issue: personalizing content through the identification of an individual's learning style in virtual education.

Keywords : Learning; Profiling; Cognitive Neuroscience Variables; Learning Styles; Artificial intelligence.

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