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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 7, July 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



A Comparative Study Of Learning Methodology Between Cognitive And Psychomotor For Non-Dyslexia Person Via Electroencephalogram (EEG)

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AUTHOR(S)

N.Fuad, J.A. Bakar, Md.Nor.Danial, E.M.N.E.M.Nasir, M.E.Marwan

 

KEYWORDS

Electroencephalogram (EEG), Cognitive, Psychomotor, Alpha band, Beta band

 

ABSTRACT

Every action and decision makes by a person comes from the brain. This organ is the central processing unit (CPU) for a human. Electricity is used by the neurons which is the brain cells for communication between each other. From this activity, the presences of a few types of subbands are detected. The subbands are Delta, Theta, Alpha and Beta. Each of the subbands has its own characteristic and when these subbands will be dominant depends on the action made by the person. One type of action is learning and there are three types of learning methods which are cognitive, psychomotor and affective. Cognitive is a type of learning style where the student uses his or her reading, understanding and memorising skills. Psychomotor domain is a type of learning method where the student needs to learn by using his or her physical skills. For this project, ten engineering students from Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia are asked to become the subjects for data collection. Cognitive domain is tested by giving the subjects a set of question which contains fifteen questions of various types. The questions need to be answered in 5 minutes. Psychomotor domain is tested by asking the subjects to design a building or statue using legos and the subjects need to follow the conditions given with duration of 5 minutes as well. From the experiment conducted, for cognitive and psychomotor domain, the dominant subbands are delta and beta. Alpha subband is dominant when the person feels calm.

 

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