Cognitive control signals for neural prosthetics.

@article{Musallam2004CognitiveCS,
  title={Cognitive control signals for neural prosthetics.},
  author={Sam Musallam and Brian D Corneil and Bradley Greger and Hansjorg Scherberger and R. A. Andersen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={305 5681},
  pages={258-62}
}
Recent development of neural prosthetics for assisting paralyzed patients has focused on decoding intended hand trajectories from motor cortical neurons and using this signal to control external devices. In this study, higher level signals related to the goals of movements were decoded from three monkeys and used to position cursors on a computer screen… CONTINUE READING