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One or more keywords matched the following properties of Operant conditioning of a multiple degree-of-freedom brain-machine interface in a primate model of amputation.

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has minor subject area list Action Potentials; Amputation; Animals; Biofeedback, Psychology; Conditioning, Operant; Hand; Hand Strength; Humans; Macaca mulatta; Movement; Signal Processing, Computer-Assisted
information resource reference Balasubramanian K, Southerland J, Vaidya M, Qian K, Eleryan A, Fagg AH, Sluzky M, Oweiss K, Hatsopoulos N. Operant conditioning of a multiple degree-of-freedom brain-machine interface in a primate model of amputation. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2013; 2013:303-6.
label Operant conditioning of a multiple degree-of-freedom brain-machine interface in a primate model of amputation.

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