EEG-based Brain-Computer Interfaces: An Overview of Basic Concepts and Clinical Applications in Neurorehabilitation

@article{Machado2010EEGbasedBI,
  title={EEG-based Brain-Computer Interfaces: An Overview of Basic Concepts and Clinical Applications in Neurorehabilitation},
  author={S. Machado and Fernanda Ara{\'u}jo and F. Paes and B. Velasques and M. Cunha and H. Budde and L. Basile and R. Anghinah and {\'O}. Arias-Carri{\'o}n and M. Cagy and R. Piedade and T. D. de Graaf and A. Sack and P. Ribeiro},
  journal={Reviews in the Neurosciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={451 - 468}
}
Some patients are no longer able to communicate effectively or even interact with the outside world in ways that most of us take for granted. In the most severe cases, tetraplegic or post-stroke patients are literally 'locked in' their bodies, unable to exert any motor control after, for example, a spinal cord injury or a brainstem stroke, requiring alternative methods of communication and control. But we suggest that, in the near future, their brains may offer them a way out. Non-invasive… Expand
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