The Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) allow a person to act on the environment in absence of neuromuscular activity. The rehabilitative BCIs will be the focus of this chapter, with a special reference to the design and validation of non-invasive BCI technology in the field of neurological rehabilitation after stroke. We shall also give an overview of the most recent advancements in BCI application to restore motor function in individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). To close the chapter, we shall remark the future developments to foster the clinical viability of BCI technology.

Brain-Computer Interface / Pichiorri, Floriana; Colamarino, Emma; Mattia, Donatella. - (2021), pp. 159-165.

Brain-Computer Interface

Emma Colamarino;Donatella Mattia
2021

Abstract

The Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) allow a person to act on the environment in absence of neuromuscular activity. The rehabilitative BCIs will be the focus of this chapter, with a special reference to the design and validation of non-invasive BCI technology in the field of neurological rehabilitation after stroke. We shall also give an overview of the most recent advancements in BCI application to restore motor function in individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). To close the chapter, we shall remark the future developments to foster the clinical viability of BCI technology.
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