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Brain-computer interface for spatial learning links mental and physical regions

The study, carried out by the University of Surrey and published in the journal Current Biology, helps to explain how the use of brain-computer interface to detect spatial location allows people to accurately personalise their environment, as well as how such technologies are experienced by others in clinical settings.
By recording brain activity from people’s fingertips, these researchers were able to test what neural differences in these regions of the brain might have in people who use such technology.
Specialising in mental health research and expert on brain-computer interfaces, the researchers call this feature “autonomous location verification” (A-vent-n-trace).

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