The aim of present study was to clarify the relationships between dynamic fearful face and EEG oscillations activities to predict neuroticism in healthy people. The participants included twenty-five undergraduate students (mean age=21.36, SD=23.39) at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad that were selected as volunteers. In order to analyze the data, path analysis was applied in AMOS software. The results showed that the predictive model of neuroticism is fit respect to the mediator role of fear and the criterion role of EEG oscillations. The results revealed that EEG is a fit device for predicting fearful and neuroticism and it can be used for further pathologically researches.