Brain–computer interface: Quiz

Question 1: Electronic ________ have been deployed which shift the learning phase from the user to the computer.
Neural networkArtificial neural networkArtificial intelligenceComputational neuroscience

Question 2: In a later trial, the researchers enabled a teenage boy to play ________ using his ECoG implant.
Space Invaders EvolutionSpace InvadersSpace Invaders Get EvenSpace Invaders Extreme

Question 3: ________ (MEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have both been used successfully as non-invasive BCIs.
MagnetoencephalographyHuman brainAlzheimer's diseaseElectroencephalography

Question 4: These would involve implanting a ________ inside the skull.
Laser applicationsLaserHeliumX-ray

Question 5: As well as invasive experiments, there have also been experiments in humans using non-invasive ________ technologies as interfaces.

Question 6: ________
Executive functions
Natural language
Motor coordination
Sensory perception
Optimization (mathematics)PlanningDecision makingJoseph Francis Shea

Question 7: A new 'wireless' approach uses light-gated ion channels such as ________ to control the activity of genetically defined subsets of neurons in vivo.
Retinylidene proteinChannelrhodopsinRetinalMembrane potential

Question 8: In vision science, direct ________ have been used to treat non-congenital (acquired) blindness.
Brain–computer interfaceBrain implantNeuroprostheticsSimulated reality

Question 9: ________ (EEG) is the most studied potential non-invasive interface, mainly due to its fine temporal resolution, ease of use, portability and low set-up cost.
ElectroencephalographyEpilepsyNervous systemNeurosurgery

Question 10: ________ at the University of Plymouth, England
Brain–computer interfaceEduardo Reck MirandaComputer musicAlgorithmic composition

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