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Incomplete information about the partner affects the development of collaborative strategies in joint action.

Vinil T Chackochan, Vittorio Sanguineti,

Physical interaction with a partner plays an essential role in our life experience and is the basis of many daily activities. When two physically coupled humans have different and partly conflicting goals, they face the challenge of negotiating some type of collaboration. This requires that both participants understand their partner's ... Read more >>

PLoS Comput. Biol. (PLoS computational biology)
[2019, 15(12):e1006385]

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Learning and transfer of complex motor skills in virtual reality: a perspective review.

Danielle E Levac, Meghan E Huber, Dagmar Sternad,

The development of more effective rehabilitative interventions requires a better understanding of how humans learn and transfer motor skills in real-world contexts. Presently, clinicians design interventions to promote skill learning by relying on evidence from experimental paradigms involving simple tasks, such as reaching for a target. While these tasks facilitate ... Read more >>

J Neuroeng Rehabil (Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation)
[2019, 16(1):121]

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Feedback Design in Targeted Exercise Digital Biofeedback Systems for Home Rehabilitation: A Scoping Review.

Louise Brennan, Enrique Dorronzoro Zubiete, Brian Caulfield,

Digital biofeedback systems (DBSs) are used in physical rehabilitation to improve outcomes by engaging and educating patients and have the potential to support patients while doing targeted exercises during home rehabilitation. The components of feedback (mode, content, frequency and timing) can influence motor learning and engagement in various ways. The ... Read more >>

Sensors (Basel) (Sensors (Basel, Switzerland))
[2019, 20(1):]

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Marrying Past and Present Neuropsychology: Is the Future of the Process-Based Approach Technology-Based?

Unai Diaz-Orueta, Alberto Blanco-Campal, Melissa Lamar, David J Libon, Teresa Burke,

A cognitive assessment strategy that is not limited to examining a set of summary test scores may be more helpful for early detection of emergent illness such as Alzheimer's disease (AD) and may permit a better understanding of cognitive functions and dysfunctions in those with AD and other dementia disorders. ... Read more >>

Front Psychol (Frontiers in Psychology)
[2020, 11:361]

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Machine Learning Methodology in a System Applying the Adaptive Strategy for Teaching Human Motions.

Krzysztof Wójcik, Marcin Piekarczyk,

The teaching of motion activities in rehabilitation, sports, and professional work has great social significance. However, the automatic teaching of these activities, particularly those involving fast motions, requires the use of an adaptive system that can adequately react to the changing stages and conditions of the teaching process. This paper ... Read more >>

Sensors (Basel) (Sensors (Basel, Switzerland))
[2020, 20(1):]

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Unimodal statistical learning produces multimodal object-like representations.

Gábor Lengyel, Goda Žalalytė, Alexandros Pantelides, James N Ingram, József Fiser, Máté Lengyel, Daniel M Wolpert,

The concept of objects is fundamental to cognition and is defined by a consistent set of sensory properties and physical affordances. Although it is unknown how the abstract concept of an object emerges, most accounts assume that visual or haptic boundaries are crucial in this process. Here, we tested an ... Read more >>

Elife (eLife)
[2019, 8:]

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Advantages of using 3D virtual reality based training in persons with Parkinson's disease: a parallel study.

Imre Cikajlo, Karmen Peterlin Potisk,

BACKGROUND:Parkinson's disease (PD) is a slowly progressive neurodegenerative disease. There are mixed reports on success of physiotherapy in patients with PD. Our objective was to investigate the functional improvements, motivation aspects and clinical effectiveness when using immersive 3D virtual reality versus non-immersive 2D exergaming. METHODS:We designed a randomized parallel study ... Read more >>

J Neuroeng Rehabil (Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation)
[2019, 16(1):119]

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Scoping Review of Systems to Train Psychomotor Skills in Hearing Impaired Children.

Victor M Peñeñory, Cristina Manresa-Yee, Inmaculada Riquelme, Cesar A Collazos, Habib M Fardoun,

OBJECTIVES:The aim of this work is to provide a scoping review to compile and classify the systems helping train and enhance psychomotor skills in hearing impaired (HI) children. METHODS:Based on an exhaustive review on psychomotor deficits in HI children, the procedure used to carry out a scoping review was: select ... Read more >>

Sensors (Basel) (Sensors (Basel, Switzerland))
[2018, 18(8):]

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Does Sensory Retraining Improve Sensation and Sensorimotor Function Following Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Ines Serrada, Brenton Hordacre, Susan L Hillier,

Background: Reduced sensation is experienced by one in two individuals following stroke, impacting both the ability to function independently and overall quality of life. Repetitive activation of sensory input using active and passive sensory-based interventions have been shown to enhance adaptive motor cortical plasticity, indicating a potential mechanism which may ... Read more >>

Front Neurosci (Frontiers in Neuroscience)
[2019, 13:402]

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Human enhancement through the lens of experimental and speculative neurotechnologies.

Wessel Teunisse, Sandra Youssef, Markus Schmidt,

Human enhancement deals with improving on and overcoming limitations of the human body and mind. Pharmaceutical compounds that alter consciousness and cognitive performance have been used and discussed for a long time. The prospect of neurotechnological applications such as brain-steered devices or using invasive and noninvasive electromagnetic stimulations of the ... Read more >>

Hum Behav Emerg Technol (Human behavior and emerging technologies)
[2019, 1(4):361-372]

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Ambient Intelligence Environment for Home Cognitive Telerehabilitation.

Miguel Oliver, Miguel A Teruel, José Pascual Molina, Dulce Romero-Ayuso, Pascual González,

Higher life expectancy is increasing the number of age-related cognitive impairment cases. It is also relevant, as some authors claim, that physical exercise may be considered as an adjunctive therapy to improve cognition and memory after strokes. Thus, the integration of physical and cognitive therapies could offer potential benefits. In ... Read more >>

Sensors (Basel) (Sensors (Basel, Switzerland))
[2018, 18(11):]

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LifeChair: A Conductive Fabric Sensor-Based Smart Cushion for Actively Shaping Sitting Posture.

Karlos Ishac, Kenji Suzuki,

The LifeChair is a smart cushion that provides vibrotactile feedback by actively sensing and classifying sitting postures to encourage upright posture and reduce slouching. The key component of the LifeChair is our novel conductive fabric pressure sensing array. Fabric sensors have been explored in the past, but a full sensing ... Read more >>

Sensors (Basel) (Sensors (Basel, Switzerland))
[2018, 18(7):]

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Assisting Movement Training and Execution With Visual and Haptic Feedback.

Marco Ewerton, David Rother, Jakob Weimar, Gerrit Kollegger, Josef Wiemeyer, Jan Peters, Guilherme Maeda,

In the practice of motor skills in general, errors in the execution of movements may go unnoticed when a human instructor is not available. In this case, a computer system or robotic device able to detect movement errors and propose corrections would be of great help. This paper addresses the ... Read more >>

Front Neurorobot (Frontiers in neurorobotics)
[2018, 12:24]

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Human Brain/Cloud Interface.

Nuno R B Martins, Amara Angelica, Krishnan Chakravarthy, Yuriy Svidinenko, Frank J Boehm, Ioan Opris, Mikhail A Lebedev, Melanie Swan, Steven A Garan, Jeffrey V Rosenfeld, Tad Hogg, Robert A Freitas,

The Internet comprises a decentralized global system that serves humanity's collective effort to generate, process, and store data, most of which is handled by the rapidly expanding cloud. A stable, secure, real-time system may allow for interfacing the cloud with the human brain. One promising strategy for enabling such a ... Read more >>

Front Neurosci (Frontiers in Neuroscience)
[2019, 13:112]

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Creating a low-cost virtual reality surgical simulation to increase surgical oncology capacity and capability.

Groesbeck Parham, Eric G Bing, Anthony Cuevas, Boris Fisher, Jonathan Skinner, Mulindi Mwanahamuntu, Richard Sullivan,

Worldwide, more than 80% of people with cancer will require surgery during their disease course, but less than 25% have access to safe, affordable and timely surgery. Among the barriers to increasing surgical capacity are the time and costs required to train novices. Virtual reality (VR) surgical simulations can reduce ... Read more >>

Ecancermedicalscience (Ecancermedicalscience)
[2019, 13:910]

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Discovering the sense of touch: protocol for a randomised controlled trial examining the efficacy of a somatosensory discrimination intervention for children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy.

Belinda McLean, Misty Blakeman, Leeanne Carey, Roslyn Ward, Iona Novak, Jane Valentine, Eve Blair, Susan Taylor, Natasha Bear, Michael Bynevelt, Emma Basc, Stephen Rose, Lee Reid, Kerstin Pannek, Jennifer Angeli, Karen Harpster, Catherine Elliott,

BACKGROUND:Of children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy, 75% have impaired somatosensory function, which contributes to learned non-use of the affected upper limb. Currently, motor learning approaches are used to improve upper-limb motor skills in these children, but few studies have examined the effect of any intervention to ameliorate somatosensory impairments. Recently, ... Read more >>

BMC Pediatr (BMC pediatrics)
[2018, 18(1):252]

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Neurotechnologies for Human Cognitive Augmentation: Current State of the Art and Future Prospects.

Caterina Cinel, Davide Valeriani, Riccardo Poli,

Recent advances in neuroscience have paved the way to innovative applications that cognitively augment and enhance humans in a variety of contexts. This paper aims at providing a snapshot of the current state of the art and a motivated forecast of the most likely developments in the next two decades. ... Read more >>

Front Hum Neurosci (Frontiers in human neuroscience)
[2019, 13:13]

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Balance in Blind Subjects: Cane and Fingertip Touch Induce Similar Extent and Promptness of Stance Stabilization.

Stefania Sozzi, Francesco Decortes, Monica Schmid, Oscar Crisafulli, Marco Schieppati,

Subjects with low vision often use a cane when standing and walking autonomously in everyday life. One aim of this study was to assess differences in the body stabilizing effect produced by the contact of the cane with the ground or by the fingertip touch of a firm surface. Another ... Read more >>

Front Neurosci (Frontiers in neuroscience)
[2018, 12:639]

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Using brain-computer interfaces: a scoping review of studies employing social research methods.

Johannes Kögel, Jennifer R Schmid, Ralf J Jox, Orsolya Friedrich,

BACKGROUND:The rapid expansion of research on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) is not only due to the promising solutions offered for persons with physical impairments. There is also a heightened need for understanding BCIs due to the challenges regarding ethics presented by new technology, especially in its impact on the relationship between ... Read more >>

BMC Med Ethics (BMC medical ethics)
[2019, 20(1):18]

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Enrichment of Human-Computer Interaction in Brain-Computer Interfaces via Virtual Environments.

Luz María Alonso-Valerdi, Alonso-Valerdi Luz María, Víctor Rodrigo Mercado-García, Mercado-García Víctor Rodrigo,

Tridimensional representations stimulate cognitive processes that are the core and foundation of human-computer interaction (HCI). Those cognitive processes take place while a user navigates and explores a virtual environment (VE) and are mainly related to spatial memory storage, attention, and perception. VEs have many distinctive features (e.g., involvement, immersion, and ... Read more >>

Comput Intell Neurosci (Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience)
[2017, 2017:6076913]

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Cyberbiosecurity Implications for the Laboratory of the Future.

J Craig Reed, Nicolas Dunaway,

Technological innovation has become an integral and inescapable aspect of our daily existence as almost everything of significance in our world now has a cyber (i.e., relating to, or involving computers, computer networks, information technology, and virtual reality) component associated with it. Every facet of our lives is now touched ... Read more >>

Front Bioeng Biotechnol (Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology)
[2019, 7:182]

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Neuropsychological tests of the future: How do we get there from here?

Robert M Bilder, Steven P Reise,

OBJECTIVE:This article reviews current approaches to neuropsychological assessment, identifies opportunities for development of new methods using modern psychometric theory and advances in technology, and suggests a transition path that promotes application of novel methods without sacrificing validity. METHODS:Theoretical/state-of-the-art review. CONCLUSIONS:Clinical neuropsychological assessment today does not reflect advances in neuroscience, modern ... Read more >>

Clin Neuropsychol (The Clinical neuropsychologist)
[2019, 33(2):220-245]

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Auris System: Providing Vibrotactile Feedback for Hearing Impaired Population.

Felipe Alves Araujo, Fabricio Lima Brasil, Allison Candido Lima Santos, Luzenildo de Sousa Batista Junior, Savio Pereira Fonseca Dutra, Carlos Eduardo Coelho Freire Batista,

Deafness, an issue that affects millions of people around the globe, is manifested in different intensities and related to many causes. This impairment negatively affects different aspects of the social life of the deaf people, and music-centered situations (concerts, religious events, etc.) are obviously not inviting for them. The Auris ... Read more >>

Biomed Res Int (BioMed research international)
[2017, 2017:2181380]

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Abstract concepts, language and sociality: from acquisition to inner speech.

Anna M Borghi, Laura Barca, Ferdinand Binkofski, Luca Tummolini,

The problem of representation of abstract concepts, such as 'freedom' and 'justice', has become particularly crucial in recent years, owing to the increased success of embodied and grounded views of cognition. We will present a novel view on abstract concepts and abstract words. Since abstract concepts do not have single ... Read more >>

Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., B, Biol. Sci. (Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences)
[2018, 373(1752):]

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Brain-computer interfaces for post-stroke motor rehabilitation: a meta-analysis.

María A Cervera, Surjo R Soekadar, Junichi Ushiba, José Del R Millán, Meigen Liu, Niels Birbaumer, Gangadhar Garipelli,

Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) can provide sensory feedback of ongoing brain oscillations, enabling stroke survivors to modulate their sensorimotor rhythms purposefully. A number of recent clinical studies indicate that repeated use of such BCIs might trigger neurological recovery and hence improvement in motor function. Here, we provide a first meta-analysis evaluating ... Read more >>

Ann Clin Transl Neurol (Annals of clinical and translational neurology)
[2018, 5(5):651-663]

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