Brain–computer interfaces for communication and control

@article{Wolpaw2002BraincomputerIF,
  title={Brain–computer interfaces for communication and control},
  author={Jonathan R. Wolpaw and Niels Birbaumer and Dennis J. McFarland and Gert Pfurtscheller and Theresa M. Vaughan},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={113},
  pages={767-791}
}
Electrical signals produced by brain activity were first recorded from the cortical surface in animals by Richard Caton in 1875 (Caton, 1875) and from the human scalp by Hans Berger in 1929 (Berger, 1929). In the 75 years since Berger’s first report, electroencephalographic (EEG) activity has been used mainly for clinical diagnosis and for exploring brain function. Nevertheless, throughout this period, scientists and others have speculated that the EEG or other measures of brain activity might… CONTINUE READING
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