Simultaneous monitoring of hemodynamic changes from brain and spinal cord during visual sexual stimulation


Hemodynamic changes correspond to neuronal activity and they can be obtained by applying a non-invasive multichannel functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) system. Recently, many studies have been performed with fNIRS for the purpose of brain computer interface (BCI) implementation to monitor cognitive activity by measuring the brain hemodynamic and… (More)

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