Dynamic visual guidance with complex task improves intracortical source activities during motor imagery

Neuroreport, 2019, Pages 1

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Abstract:

Motor imagery (MI) based brain-computer interfaces could be used clinically to trigger neurological recovery and improve motor function for patients with neural injuries. However, the factors that impact on MI performance and rehabilitative effect of MI-based brain-computer interfaces have not been characterized. According to our previous...More

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