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Object Familiarity and Semantic Congruency Modulate Responses in Cortical Audiovisual Integration Areas
These findings demonstrate that the neural correlates of object-related AV integration reflect both semantic congruency and familiarity of the integrated sounds and images.
Brain-computer communication: unlocking the locked in.
It is hypothesized that a profound knowledge and consideration of psychological principles are necessary to make brain-computer interfaces feasible for locked-in patients.
Neurofeedback Treatment for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children: A Comparison with Methylphenidate
It is suggested that neurofeedback was efficient in improving some of the behavioral concomitants of ADHD in children whose parents favored a nonpharmacological treatment.
The thought translation device (TTD) for completely paralyzed patients.
The thought translation device trains locked-in patients to self-regulate slow cortical potentials of their electroencephalogram (EEG) to demonstrate the usefulness of the thoughttranslation device as an alternative communication channel in motivated totally paralyzed patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Brain-computer communication: self-regulation of slow cortical potentials for verbal communication.
This training schedule is the first to enable severely paralyzed patients to communicate without any voluntary muscle control by using self-regulation of an electroencephalogram potential only and could be a model for training patients in other brain-computer interface techniques.
Right-Hemisphere Dominance for the Processing of Sound-Source Lateralization
Both mismatch dipole latencies at the supratemporal plane and gamma-band activity in posterior parietotemporal areas suggested a right hemisphere engagement in the processing of bidirectional sound-source shifts, in contrast, left-hemisphere regions responded predominantly to contralateral events.