2012 journal article

Severe motor disability affects functional cortical integration in the context of brain-computer interface (BCI) use

ERGONOMICS, 55(5), 581–591.

By: C. Nam n, J. Woo n & S. Bahn*

author keywords: electroencephalography; EEG coherence; motor disability; brain-computer interface
MeSH headings : Adult; Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis / physiopathology; Brain / physiopathology; Cerebral Palsy / physiopathology; Communication Aids for Disabled; Electroencephalography; Female; Humans; Male; Severity of Illness Index; Task Performance and Analysis; User-Computer Interface; Young Adult
TL;DR: It is revealed that severe motor disability causes more cortical areas to be recruited to perform the BCI task, indicating reduced cortical differentiation and specialisation. (via Semantic Scholar)
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