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|Title:||Proposing a novel feedback provision paradigm for restorative brain-computer interfaces|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the Fifth International Brain-Computer Interface Meeting 2013: Article ID 074|
|Publisher:||Graz University of Technology Publishing House|
|Conference Name:||International Brain-Computer Interface Meeting (5th : 2013 : Pacific Grove, California)|
|S. Darvishi, M. C. Ridding, D. Abbott, M. Baumert|
|Abstract:||Restorative brain-computer interafces (BCIs) have been exploited by a number of BCI labs for the purpose of stroke rehabilitation. The results that are achieved with commonly used technology are rather promising, but inconsistent. In this abstract we propose a novel paradigm for restorative BCI designs, which is based on motor learning theory and the Hebbian learning rule. It is expected to enhance the degree of neuroplasticity in stroke patients.|
|Keywords:||Restorative BCI; Feedback; Hebbian learning rule|
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|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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