Brain-computer Interfaces with Electric Current Stimulation aid Robotic Stroke Rehab

The combination of motor imagery and brain-computer interface feedback can help the brain rebuild damaged neural pathways, but is not successful with every patient. Researchers wanted to investigate whether patients could get better at using a BCI if their brain was first subjected to transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) — the application of an external electric current to the skull.

Source: Brain-computer Interfaces with Electric Current Stimulation aid Robotic Stroke Rehab

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