Abstract| Volume 12, ISSUE 4, e147-e149, July 2019

Proceedings #58: Cognitive Neuroengineering: Defining a New Paradigm

      Cognitive neuroengineering is the intersection of cognitive neuroscience and neuroengineering. In cognitive neuroscience, we use many methods to measure real-time cognitive and neural activity. In neuroengineering, we can stimulate and monitor changes in neurophysiological and cognitive activity in real-time contexts. In tandem, time-efficient algorithms are available to rapidly model input-output associations between brain stimulation, neural activity and measured behavior. Given these technologies, we can use conventional and emerging approaches from control engineering – a branch of systems engineering – to address pervasive problems in neuromodulation in experimental and clinical contexts.
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