Non-invasive BCI: How far can we get with motor imagination?

@article{Vuckovic2009NoninvasiveBH,
  title={Non-invasive BCI: How far can we get with motor imagination?},
  author={Aleksandra Vuckovic},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={120},
  pages={1422-1423}
}
Imagination of motor actions obeys the same temporal regularity, programming rules and biomechanical constrains as the corresponding real movements (Jeannerod and Frak, 1999). In addition, imagined and real movements share the same neural substrates preserving somatotopic presentation of different parts of the body in the Central Nervous System (Stephan etal., 1995; Decety, 1996). EEG is a non-invasive method for recording brain activity with a good temporal resolution, well suited for… CONTINUE READING

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