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Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) based on motor imagery have been gaining attention as tools to facilitate recovery from movement disorders resulting from stroke or other causes. These BCIs can detect imagined movements that are typically required within conventional rehabilitation therapy. This...
Individuals with severe speech and physical impairments may have concomitant visual acuity impairments (VAI) or ocular motility impairments (OMI) impacting visual BCI use. We report on use of the Shuffle Speller typing interface for SSVEP BCI copy-spelling with simulated VAI, simulated OMI, and...
This study sought to understand the perceptions of special education staff and caregivers (n = 6) who took part in a brain-computer interface (BCI) technology trial for individuals with severe cerebral palsy. Participants were interviewed post-trials regarding the different BCI components. The...
AbstractBrain-computer interfaces (BCIs) show potential as neuroprosthetic and neurorehabilitative interventions for patients with motor impairments. However, recent evidence suggests that BCIs depend on cortico-striatal circuit function, implying that patients with impaired cortico-striatal...
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