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Michelle M. Marquez

Age 16
Midlothian, VA

The Mapping of Emotional Dimensions toward a
Neuro-Thermal Biometric System for the Diagnosis of Emotional Flexibility

Marquez

The Mapping of Emotional Dimensions toward a Neuro-Thermal Biometric System for the Diagnosis of Emotional Flexibility

In this research study, a mathematical correlation between the Fractal Dimension (FD) of audio stimuli and the selective emotions induced was found. The ability to trigger emotional states using audio-stimuli, with designed dynamic ( FD/ t ­ 0) dimensionalities while understanding the asymmetries and lateralization of the brain's electrical activity, was used to identify and visualize Emotional Flexibility. This discovery has a significant impact in the area of neuro-scientific social interactions, and it could be used as a potential treatment for the symptoms of mood disorders, neurological disorders, and anxiety disorders, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This protocol is faster, more accurate, and more reliable in comparison to current methodologies.

 

 

   
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