Cognitive-motor brain-machine interfaces.

Abstract

Brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) open new horizons for the treatment of paralyzed persons, giving hope for the artificial restoration of lost physiological functions. Whereas BMI development has mainly focused on motor rehabilitation, recent studies have suggested that higher cognitive functions can also be deciphered from brain activity, bypassing low level… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jphysparis.2013.05.005

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@article{Tankus2014CognitivemotorBI, title={Cognitive-motor brain-machine interfaces.}, author={Ariel Tankus and Itzhak Fried and Shy Shoham}, journal={Journal of physiology, Paris}, year={2014}, volume={108 1}, pages={38-44} }