In the new study, physically isolated players performed a joint task in the form of a multiplayer game. Currently, scientists have measured brain electroencephalograms (EEG).
The only interaction between the participants during the measurement was with the movement of the race car on the screen. Players checked in pairs. These pairs turned out to have synchronized frequencies in the alpha, beta, and gamma ranges.
Overall, the experiment showed that synchronization in the alpha and gamma frequencies led to improved performance in the game.