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Factors Research on EEG Signal Analysis of the Willingness of Error Reporting

  • Hongxia Li
  • Nan Zhou
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 10275)

Abstract

Error events and near-miss events often appear in our daily life and are featured by strong concealment, which may become a hot-bed of major accidents. From the perspective of error control, enterprises need to integrate relevant information to deal with those events so as to reduce their negative effects to the enterprise. The source of error information is error report. In order to find the measures of improving the willingness for report errors, mixed experiments designed for both within the subject and in between two subjects have been applied, together with related potentials (ERPs), to explore the effect of different motivation mechanism on the mechanism of self error report. The research shows that as far as the willingness of error report is concerned, the positive monetary incentive (bonus) often leads to greater FRN and P300 amplitudes, compared to the negative stimulus (penalty), whereas positive motivation is more effective than negative motivation when provoking extrinsic motivation. Meanwhile, when increasing the self-selection right of error report, i.e., when voluntary error report system is applied, the inner motivation of error report will increase accordingly and more attention will be paid to the incentive. Hence the effect of incentive will be improved.

Keywords

Error reporting intention Event related potentials Extrinsic motivation Intrinsic motivation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Xi’an University of Science and TechnologyXi’anPeople’s Republic of China

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