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This article is from The Open Neuroimaging Journal, volume 7.AbstractAlthough some authors suggest to use Long-Wave Infrared LWIR sensors to evaluate brain functioning, the link between emissions of LWIR and mental effort is not established. The goal of this pilot study was to determine whether frontal LWIR emissions vary during execution of neuropsychological tasks known to differentially activate the pre-frontal cortex simple color presentations, induction of the Stroop effect, and a gambling task with real money. Surprisingly, LWIR emissions as measured with bilateral frontal sensors in 47 participants significantly differed between tasks, in the supposed direction Color



Author: Joyal, Christian C; Henry, Mylene

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