The first neuroscience evidence of Team Flow as a Unique Brain State
Press Releases | October 4, 2021
Neural correlates of team flow are identified by EEG brain imaging which can be used as a tool to predict and enhance team performance
A research team led by associate professor, Mohammad Shehata at Toyohashi University of Technology, in cooperation with researchers at the California Institute of Technology and Tohoku University have found the brain waves and regions sensitive to team flow compared to non-engaging teamwork or a solo flow. This study is the world's first attempt to study this psychological state objectively. These neural correlates not only can be used to understand and predict the team flow experience. The authors are working on utilizing the findings to monitor and predict team performance.
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