Brain-Computer-Interfaces in their ethical, social and cultural contexts

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ISBN: 978-94-017-8995-0 (Print) 978-94-017-8996-7 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Pages 1-4

    Introduction

  3. Applications

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 5-5

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      Chapter

      Pages 7-38

      Brain–Computer Interfaces and Assistive Technology

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      Chapter

      Pages 39-47

      Brain-Computer Interfaces and Diagnosis

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      Chapter

      Pages 49-59

      Brain-Computer Interfaces and Therapy

  4. Stakeholders and Perspectives

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 61-61

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      Chapter

      Pages 63-75

      Brain-Computer Interfaces as an Emerging Assistive Technology (AT): The AT Professionals’ Perspective

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      Chapter

      Pages 77-84

      Psychological Perspectives: Quality of Life and Motivation

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      Chapter

      Pages 85-98

      Emerging BCI Opportunities from a Market Perspective

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      Chapter

      Pages 99-108

      Between Neuro-potentials and Aesthetic Perception. Pingo Ergo Sum

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      Chapter

      Pages 109-114

      My BCI Vision

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      Chapter

      Pages 115-125

      The Users’ Perspective

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      Chapter

      Pages 127-128

      Relatives’ Report

  5. Reflections

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 129-129

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      Chapter

      Pages 131-145

      A Tour of Some Brain/Neuronal–Computer Interfaces

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      Chapter

      Pages 147-162

      Philosophical Reflections on Brain–Computer Interfaces

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      Chapter

      Pages 163-182

      Brain–Computer Interfaces and User Responsibility

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      Chapter

      Pages 183-191

      On Human–Computer Interaction in Brain–Computer Interfaces

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      Chapter

      Pages 193-202

      BCI and a User’s Judgment of Agency