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Involving a Mind PC Connection Point in Diminishing Numerical Tension


Himam Uddin

Utilizing a Brain Computer Interface (BCI) as a transformative tool in mitigating math anxiety represents a pioneering approach that has the potential to revolutionize the way individuals perceive and engage with mathematical concepts. Math anxiety, a psychological phenomenon characterized by heightened levels of stress, fear, and apprehension towards mathematics, often hinders learning, problem-solving, and overall academic performance. The integration of BCI technology offers a multifaceted avenue to address this issue by directly interfacing with the human brain and reconfiguring cognitive and emotional responses associated with mathematical activities. BCI technology, which enables direct communication between the brain and external devices, holds promise in reducing math anxiety through several key mechanisms. By detecting and analysing neural activity patterns, BCIs can provide real-time feedback to individuals during mathematical tasks, facilitating enhanced selfawareness and emotional regulation. Through neuro feedback mechanisms, users can gain insights into their cognitive states, allowing them to identify and modify detrimental thought patterns and emotional reactions that contribute to math anxiety.

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