Neural Mechanisms of Brain Self-regulation with Brain-Machine Interfaces and Application to Addiction

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Neural Mechanisms of Brain Self-regulation with Brain-Machine Interfaces and Application to Addiction

Project Type: Anillo ACT 172121 Project
Principal Institution: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Position: Principal Researcher
Award Year: 2010
Ending Year: 2018

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