Using brain activity as a 'hands-free' assistive control for severely disabled people

The Australian Psychological Society Ltd
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Conference Proceeding
Proceedings of the 40th APS Annual Conference, 2005, pp. 348 - 351
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The personal impact of spinal cord injury (SCI) is substantial. For example, persons with SCI have been shown to be at risk of negative life indicaors sych as depression and anxiety. This suggests the need for effective strategies that cn lower risks and raise quality of life. One method is through reducing the level of dependency or by enhancing their independence. This can be achieved by emplying technology that enhances a person's capacity to control devices in their environment.
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