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Locked-In Syndrome and Communicating with Brain-Computer Interfaces: Recap of November’s The Future Now: NEEDs

Phenomenology of the Locked-in Syndrome: Time to Move Forward

Neuroprosthetics for Speech and Challenges in Informed Consent

Ethics, Logic and Vegetative States on a First Date







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