Brain-Machine Interfaces beyond Neuroprosthetics


The field of invasive brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) is typically associated with neuroprosthetic applications aiming to recover loss of motor function. However, BMIs also represent a powerful tool to address fundamental questions in neuroscience. The observed subjects of BMI experiments can also be considered as indirect observers of their own… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2015.03.036


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@article{Moxon2015BrainMachineIB, title={Brain-Machine Interfaces beyond Neuroprosthetics}, author={Karen A. Moxon and Guglielmo Foffani}, journal={Neuron}, year={2015}, volume={86}, pages={55-67} }