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Surface‐distributed low‐frequency asynchronous stimulation delays fatigue of stimulated muscles
Introduction: One important reason why functional electrical stimulation (FES) has not gained widespread clinical use is the limitation imposed by rapid muscle fatigue due to non‐physiologicalExpand
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A decision support system for electrode shaping in multi-pad FES foot drop correction
BackgroundFunctional electrical stimulation (FES) can be applied as an assistive and therapeutic aid in the rehabilitation of foot drop. Transcutaneous multi-pad electrodes can increase theExpand
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Balloons and bavoons versus spikes and shikes: ERPs reveal shared neural processes for shape–sound-meaning congruence in words, and shape–sound congruence in pseudowords
There is something about the sound of a pseudoword like takete that goes better with a spiky, than a curvy shape (Köhler, 1929:1947). Yet despite decades of research into sound symbolism, the role ofExpand
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Movement related cortical potentials and sensory motor rhythms during self initiated and cued movements
In this study we have explored the two EEG phenomena that accompany movement preparation and execution: movement related cortical potentials (MRCP) and event-related desynchronization/synchronizationExpand
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Long-term physical activity modulates brain processing of somatosensory stimuli: Evidence from young male twins
Leisure-time physical activity is a key contributor to physical and mental health. Yet the role of physical activity in modulating cortical function is poorly known. We investigated whetherExpand
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Long-term physical activity modifies automatic visual processing
Electrophysiologically registered visual mismatch negativity (vMMN) is known to represent automatic visual processing in human visual cortex. Since physical activity (PA) is generally beneficial toExpand
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Toward a Hybrid BCI for Grasp Rehabilitation
We present a feasibility study of hybrid brain- computer interface (BCI) for control of Functional Electrical stimulation (FES) during grasp rehabilitation. Proposed BCI operates in two stagesExpand
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ArmAssist Robotic System versus Matched Conventional Therapy for Poststroke Upper Limb Rehabilitation: A Randomized Clinical Trial
The ArmAssist is a simple low-cost robotic system for upper limb motor training that combines known benefits of repetitive task-oriented training, greater intensity of practice, and less dependenceExpand
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Feasibility of a Hybrid Brain-Computer Interface for Advanced Functional Electrical Therapy
We present a feasibility study of a novel hybrid brain-computer interface (BCI) system for advanced functional electrical therapy (FET) of grasp. FET procedure is improved with both automatedExpand
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Motor Imagery Driven BCI with Cue-Based Selection of FES Induced Grasps
We present a BCI supported assistive system that comprises selective Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) driven by subject’s motor imagery (MI). BCI control is based on subjects’ ability toExpand
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