Effect of Specific Over Nonspecific VR-Based Rehabilitation on Poststroke Motor Recovery: A Systematic Meta-analysis

February 4th, 2019|Categories: News, Recent Publications|

Our results suggest that SVR systems are more beneficial than CT for upper-limb recovery, whereas NSVR systems are not. Additionally, we identified 6 principles of neurorehabilitation that are shared across SVR systems and are possibly responsible for their positive effect. These findings may disambiguate the contradictory results found in the current literature.

Measuring the Complexity of Consciousness

June 27th, 2018|Categories: News|

The grand quest for a scientific understanding of consciousness has given rise to many new theoretical and empirical paradigms for investigating the phenomenology of consciousness as well as clinical disorders associated to it. This article is meant to serve as a lookup table of measures of consciousness, with particular emphasis on clinical applicability.

SPECS with IBEC participates in the 12th edition of the Science Festival in Barcelona

June 13th, 2018|Categories: Education, News|

SPECS-lab joined the 12th editions of Festival de la Ciencia in Barcelona " where they presented several research lines and new tools they develop to study the brain, highlighting that neuroscience is multidisciplinary and it resorts to disciplines such as engineering, computing or physics, even though virtual, interactive tools and games.

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