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Systematic evaluation of non-invasive brain-computer interfaces as assistive devices for persons with severe motor impairment based on a user-centred approach – in controlled settings and independent use

TitelSystematic evaluation of non-invasive brain-computer interfaces as assistive devices for persons with severe motor impairment based on a user-centred approach – in controlled settings and independent use
KategorieMedizinische Psychologie (dieser Link wechselt zur Katalogansicht und zeigt verwandte Treffer)
URLhttps://opus.bibliothek.uni-wuerzburg.de/frontdoor/index/index/docId/12633
SpracheEN
HerkunftslandDE
ErstelltElisa Mira Holz
VeröffentlichtUniversität Würzburg
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Beschreibung (Redaktion)Holz, E. M. (2015). Systematic evaluation of non-invasive brain-computer interfaces as assistive devices for persons with severe motor impairment based on a user-centred approach - in controlled settings and independent use. Digitale Dissertation, Universität Würzburg
Ressourcentyp4070 (Diplomarbeiten, Dissertationen und Hochschulschriften)
DCMI-Ressourcentyptext
APA-Klassifikation3380 (Rehabilitation); 4010 (Ergonomie); 3290 (Physische und psychosomatische Störungen)
SchlagworteHuman Computer Interaction; Neuropsychological Rehabilitation; Nervous System Disorders; Assistive Technology; Electrophysiology; Brain; Scientific Communication; Electronic Communication