Samantha K. Andrews

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Human primary visual cortex (V1) has long been associated with learning simple low-level visual discriminations [1] and is classically considered outside of neural systems that support high-level cognitive behavior in contexts that differ from the original conditions of learning, such as recognition memory [2, 3]. Here, we used a novel fMRI-based dichoptic(More)
The reduction in number of electrodes usage is a significant advancement in Brain computer Interface (BCI) research if not compromised with quality. The two major advantages of reducing the number of electrodes are the operational flexibility and reduction of volume in the feature date involved. The experiment results of a BCI are analyzed with two(More)
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