Zachary Freudenburg

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Several motor related Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) have been developed over the years that use activity decoded from the contralateral hemisphere to operate devices. Contralateral primary motor cortex is also the region most severely affected by hemispheric stroke. Recent studies have identified ipsilateral cortical activity in planning of motor(More)
Both single and repeated visual stimuli produce waves of activity in the visual cortex of freshwater turtles. Large-scale, biophysically realistic models of the visual cortex capture the basic features of the waves produced by single stimuli. However, these models do not respond to repetitive stimuli due to the presence of a long-lasting hyperpolarization(More)
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