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Using a brain-computer interface for rehabilitation : a case study on a patient with implanted electrodes

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Abstract

Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) allow direct communication between men and computers thanks to the analysis of brain activity. Current applications of BCIs in assistive technologies are: palliative communication systems for patients with complete muscular paralysis and restoration of movement for people with a motor in firmity (orthetic or prosthetic devices controlled by the thought). It appears today that brain-computer interfaces can also be used in therapeutic approaches to rehabilitation or functional recovery through neurofeedback. In this paper we briefly review several therapeutic uses of brain-computer interfaces and present a clinical experiment with an hemiparetic patient who has used a BCI as a motor rehabilitation tool.
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hal-00804918 , version 1 (26-03-2013)

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Aurélien van Langhenhove, Marie-Hélène Bekaert, Jean-Paul N'Guyen. Using a brain-computer interface for rehabilitation : a case study on a patient with implanted electrodes. 4th International Brain-Computer Interface Workshop and Training Course 2008, Sep 2008, Graz, Austria. pp. 349-354. ⟨hal-00804918⟩
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