In this study we explored the use of Brain Computer Interface (BCI) and Eye-Tracking (ET) technology both as augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) tool and to assess cognitive deficits. Specifically, we focused on the possible development of a neuropsychological battery for cognitive assessment based on the integration of BCI and ET tools. To preliminary test this approach we assessed eight healthy subjects with a widespread used cognitive task. AAC and usability of both instruments have also been evaluated with the aim to fine-tune the overall system architecture for clinical use.

Brain computer interface and eye-tracking for neuropsychological assessment of executive functions : a pilot study / P. Cipresso, P. Meriggi, L. Carelli, F. Solca, B. Poletti, D. Lule, A.C. Ludolph, V. Silani, G. Riva - In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Computing Paradigms for Mental Health, MindCare 2012, in Conjunction with BIOSTEC 2012[s.l] : Wiley, 2012. - ISBN 9789898425928. - pp. 79-88 (( convegno 2th International Workshop on Computing Paradigms for Mental Health, MindCare in Conjunction with BIOSTEC tenutosi a Vilamoura nel 2012.

Brain computer interface and eye-tracking for neuropsychological assessment of executive functions : a pilot study

F. Solca;B. Poletti;V. Silani;
2012

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In this study we explored the use of Brain Computer Interface (BCI) and Eye-Tracking (ET) technology both as augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) tool and to assess cognitive deficits. Specifically, we focused on the possible development of a neuropsychological battery for cognitive assessment based on the integration of BCI and ET tools. To preliminary test this approach we assessed eight healthy subjects with a widespread used cognitive task. AAC and usability of both instruments have also been evaluated with the aim to fine-tune the overall system architecture for clinical use.
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Settore M-PSI/03 - Psicometria
Settore M-PSI/08 - Psicologia Clinica
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