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The thought translation device: a neurophysiological approach to communication in total motor paralysis

The thought translation device: a neurophysiological approach to communication in total motor paralysis

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KÜBLER, Andrea, Boris KOTCHOUBEY, Thilo HINTERBERGER, Nimr GHANAYIM, Juri PERELMOUTER, Maggie SCHAUER, Christoph FRITSCH, Edward TAUB, Niels BIRBAUMER, 1999. The thought translation device: a neurophysiological approach to communication in total motor paralysis. In: Experimental brain research. 124, pp. 223-232. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s002210050617

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