Benjamin Yetton

Benjamin Yetton

Jun 22, 2016

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    About This Project

    Brainwaves during sleep are a window into cognition, early marker of mental disorders, and brain deterioration due to age. However, detection of brainwave patterns by highly trained experts is extremely time consuming and costly! We hypothesize, that through the power of crowdsourcing, the general public can match the performance of these learned experts and help us find these important patterns in the brain.

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