Brain–Computer Interface for Neurorehabilitation of Upper Limb After Stroke

    Proceedings of the IEEE, Volume 103, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 944-953.

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    Abstract:

    Current rehabilitation therapies for stroke rely on physical practice (PP) by the patients. Motor imagery (MI), the imagination of movements without physical action, presents an alternate neurorehabilitation for stroke patients without relying on residue movements. However, MI is an endogenous mental process that is not physically observa...More

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