Visual and Stereo Audio Sensorimotor Rhythm Feedback in the Minimally Conscious State

Damien Coyle, Aine Carroll, Jacqueline Stow, Karl McCreadie, Jacinta mcElligott

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Abstract

Previously we assessed awareness in a participant, diagnosed minimally conscious (MC), using an EEGbased sensorimotor rhythm (SMR) brain-computer interface (BCI). Here we describe a follow up study conducted over 2 intensive training phases, involving visual feedback and stereo auditory feedback (pink noise and music samples). The participant performed significantly above chance on most runs. Although both feedback modalities produce similar performance, auditory feedback is most suitable for this participant due the uncertainty of the participant’s ability to follow visual cues and feedback. Stereo musical feedback is demonstrated for the first time.
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Persistent Vegetative State
Sensory Feedback
Brain-Computer Interfaces
Aptitude
Music
Uncertainty
Cues

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Coyle, D., Carroll, A., Stow, J., McCreadie, K., & mcElligott, J. (2013). Visual and Stereo Audio Sensorimotor Rhythm Feedback in the Minimally Conscious State. In Unknown Host Publication https://doi.org/10.3217/978-3-85125-260-6-18
Coyle, Damien ; Carroll, Aine ; Stow, Jacqueline ; McCreadie, Karl ; mcElligott, Jacinta. / Visual and Stereo Audio Sensorimotor Rhythm Feedback in the Minimally Conscious State. Unknown Host Publication. 2013.
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