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“What you need to know about Hippocampus Prosthesis” - A Cognitive Prosthesis to provide cure for AD/other Hippocampus related Disorders.

“What you need to know about Hippocampus Prosthesis” - A Cognitive Prosthesis to provide cure for AD/other Hippocampus related Disorders.
  • Author : DR. HAKIM. SABOOWALA
  • Publisher : Dr.Hakim Saboowala
  • Release Date : 2019-10-08
  • Total pages : 34
  • ISBN : 1230987654XX
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A hippocampus prosthesis is a type of cognitive prosthesis (a prosthesis implanted into the nervous system in order to improve or replace the function of damaged brain tissue). · Prosthetic devices replace normal function of a damaged body part; this can be simply: § A structural replacement (e.g. reconstructive surgery or glass eye) or § A rudimentary, functional replacement (e.g. a pegleg or hook). However, prosthetics involving the brain have some special categories and requirements. "Input" prosthetics, such as retinal or cochlear implant, supply signals to the brain that the patient eventually learns to interpret as sight or sound. "Output" prosthetics use brain signals to drive a bionic arm, hand or computer device, and require considerable training during which the patient learns to generate the desired action via their thoughts. · Both of these types of prosthetics rely on the plasticity of the brain to adapt to the requirement of the prosthesis, thus allowing the user to "learn" the use of his new body part. Thus, such a device must be able to fully replace the function of a small section of the nervous system—using that section's normal mode of operation. I have endeavored in this Booklet to elucidate comprehensively several criteria of a viable Hippocampal Neural Prosthesis to provide a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease and other Hippocampus related disorders. ……Dr.H.K.Saboowala.M.B.(Bom) M.R.S.H.(London)

Patient-Centered Design of Cognitive Assistive Technology for Traumatic Brain Injury Telerehabilitation

Patient-Centered Design of Cognitive Assistive Technology for Traumatic Brain Injury Telerehabilitation
  • Author : Elliot Cole
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-06-01
  • Total pages : 139
  • ISBN : 9783031015946
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Computer software has been productive in helping individuals with cognitive disabilities. Personalizing the user interface is an important strategy in designing software for these users, because of the barriers created by conventional user interfaces for the cognitively disabled. Cognitive assistive technology (CAT) has typically been used to provide help with everyday activities, outside of cognitive rehabilitation therapy. This book describes a quarter century of computing R&D at the Institute for Cognitive Prosthetics, focusing on the needs of individuals with cognitive disabilities from brain injury. Models and methods from Human Computer Interaction (HCI) have been particularly valuable, initially in illuminating those needs. Subsequently HCI methods have expanded CAT to be powerful rehabilitation therapy tools, restoring some damaged cognitive abilities which have resisted conventional therapy. Patient-Centered Design (PCD) emerged as a design methodology which incorporates both clinical and technical factors. PCD also takes advantage of the patient's ability to redesign and refine the user interface, and to achieve a very good fit between user and system. Cognitive Prosthetics Telerehabilitation is a powerful therapy modality. Essential characteristics are delivering service to patients in their own home, having the patient's priority activities be the focus of therapy, using cognitive prosthetic software which applies Patient Centered Design, and videoconferencing with a workspace shared between therapist and patient. Cognitive Prosthetics Telerehabilitation has a rich set of advantages for the many stakeholders involved with brain injury rehabilitation.

Cognitive Prosthethics

Cognitive Prosthethics
  • Author : Maxime Derian
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2018-11-22
  • Total pages : 348
  • ISBN : 9780081027578
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Prosthetic Digital Devices in the Human Body provides a synthetic point-of-view on the different possibilities offered by these implantable tools. Implanting a digital device to provide healthcare isn’t just science-fiction anymore. Since the first pacemakers were surgically implanted in humans 60 years ago, there has been a significant increase in the different types of digital devices added to the body for eHealth purposes. This book comprehensively covers the latest technologies and their applications. Presents a complete review of the field of computerized human prosthetics Drawn from research conducted over 6 years and from 2 post doctoral surveys conducted at renowned institutions in France and Japan (Sorbonne University, CNRS, Tokyo Institute of technology) Provides an interdisciplinary approach, combining anthropology, sociology, psychology and philosophy

Technology in Cognitive Rehabilitation

Technology in Cognitive Rehabilitation
  • Author : Peter Gregor,Alan Newell
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release Date : 2004
  • Total pages : 270
  • ISBN : 1841699608
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This special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation explores the potential of information technology to provide support for people with cognitive dysfunction.

Supporting People with Dementia Using Pervasive Health Technologies

Supporting People with Dementia Using Pervasive Health Technologies
  • Author : Maurice D Mulvenna,Chris D. Nugent
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2010-02-02
  • Total pages : 226
  • ISBN : 184882551X
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Information and communication technologies can provide new paradigms in healthcare provision. In particular, new Pervasive Healthcare technologies can revolutionise the dynamics of healthcare, enabling people to remain at home for longer, at lower costs to health and welfare organisations. This book reveals how pervasive healthcare technologies can be designed in conjunction with users and carers, as well as exploring the application of novel methods and technologies.

Artificial Intelligence in Brain and Mental Health: Philosophical, Ethical & Policy Issues

Artificial Intelligence in Brain and Mental Health: Philosophical, Ethical & Policy Issues
  • Author : Fabrice Jotterand,Marcello Ienca
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-02-11
  • Total pages : 267
  • ISBN : 9783030741884
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This volume provides an interdisciplinary collection of essays from leaders in various fields addressing the current and future challenges arising from the implementation of AI in brain and mental health. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform health care and improve biomedical research. While the potential of AI in brain and mental health is tremendous, its ethical, regulatory and social impacts have not been assessed in a comprehensive and systemic way. The volume is structured according to three main sections, each of them focusing on different types of AI technologies. Part 1, Big Data and Automated Learning: Scientific and Ethical Considerations, specifically addresses issues arising from the use of AI software, especially machine learning, in the clinical context or for therapeutic applications. Part 2, AI for Digital Mental Health and Assistive Robotics: Philosophical and Regulatory Challenges, examines philosophical, ethical and regulatory issues arising from the use of an array of technologies beyond the clinical context. In the final section of the volume, Part 3 entitled AI in Neuroscience and Neurotechnology: Ethical, Social and Policy Issues, contributions examine some of the implications of AI in neuroscience and neurotechnology and the regulatory gaps or ambiguities that could potentially hamper the responsible development and implementation of AI solutions in brain and mental health. In light of its comprehensiveness and multi-disciplinary character, this book marks an important milestone in the public understanding of the ethics of AI in brain and mental health and provides a useful resource for any future investigation in this crucial and rapidly evolving area of AI application. The book is of interest to a wide audience in neuroethics, robotics, computer science, neuroscience, psychiatry and mental health.

Emerging Theory and Practice in Neuroprosthetics

Emerging Theory and Practice in Neuroprosthetics
  • Author : Naik, Ganesh R.
  • Publisher : IGI Global
  • Release Date : 2014-05-31
  • Total pages : 377
  • ISBN : 9781466660953
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Neuroprosthetics is a fast-growing area that brings together the fields of biomedical engineering and neuroscience as a means to interface the neural system directly to prostheses. Advancing research and applications in this field can assist in successfully restoring motor, sensory, and cognitive functions. Emerging Theory and Practice in Neuroprosthetics brings together the most up-to-date research surrounding neuroprosthetics advances and applications. Presenting several new results, concepts, and further developments in the area of neuroprosthetics, this book is an essential publication for researchers, upper-level students, engineers, and medical practitioners.

Optimizing Cognitive Rehabilitation

Optimizing Cognitive Rehabilitation
  • Author : McKay Moore Sohlberg,Lyn S. Turkstra
  • Publisher : Guilford Press
  • Release Date : 2011-09-12
  • Total pages : 292
  • ISBN : 9781609182250
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Rehabilitation professionals face a key challenge when working with clients with acquired cognitive impairments: how to teach new skills to individuals who have difficulty learning. Unique in its focus, this book presents evidence-based instructional methods specifically designed to help this population learn more efficiently. The expert authors show how to develop, implement, and evaluate an individualized training plan. They provide practical guidelines for teaching multistep procedures, cognitive strategies, the use of external aids, and more. User-friendly features include 17 sample worksheets and forms; blank forms can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.

Cognitive Systems - Information Processing Meets Brain Science

Cognitive Systems - Information Processing Meets Brain Science
  • Author : Richard G.M. Morris,Lionel Tarassenko,Michael Kenward
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2005-08-16
  • Total pages : 310
  • ISBN : 9780080458267
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Cognitive Systems - Information Processing Meets Brain Science presents an overview of the exciting, truly multidisciplinary research by neuroscientists and systems engineers in the emerging field of cognitive systems, providing a cross-disciplinary examination of this cutting-edge area of scientific research. This is a great example of where research in very different disciplines touches to create a new emerging area of research. The book illustrates some of the technical developments that could arise from our growing understanding of how living cognitive systems behave, and the ability to use that knowledge in the design of artificial systems. This unique book is of considerable interest to researchers and students in information science, neuroscience, psychology, engineering and adjacent fields. Represents a remarkable collection of relevant experts from both the life sciences and computer science Includes state-of-the-art reviews of topics in cognitive systems from both a life sciences and a computer science perspective Discusses the impact of this research on our lives in the near future

Comprehensive Handbook of Personality and Psychopathology , Adult Psychopathology

Comprehensive Handbook of Personality and Psychopathology , Adult Psychopathology
  • Author : Frank Andrasik
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2005-11-11
  • Total pages : 560
  • ISBN : 9780471757252
  • File Size : 54,9 Mb
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Adult Psychopathology presents an overview of the classification and diagnosis; epidemiology; genetic, sociocultural, and biological influences; and research and behavioral considerations of psychopathology in adults. This state-of-the-art volume also includes the latest research on the major disorders and discusses the three most popular treatment approaches.

Philosophy and the Study of Religions

Philosophy and the Study of Religions
  • Author : Kevin Schilbrack
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2014-03-03
  • Total pages : 246
  • ISBN : 9781444330533
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Philosophy and the Study of Religions: A Manifesto advocates a radical transformation of the discipline from its current, narrow focus on questions of God, to a fully global form of critical reflection on religions in all their variety and dimensions. Opens the discipline of philosophy of religion to the religious diversity that characterizes the world today Builds bridges between philosophy of religion and the other interpretative and explanatory approaches in the field of religious studies Provides a manifesto for a global approach to the subject that is a practice-centred rather than a belief-centred activity Gives attention to reflexive critical studies of 'religion' as socially constructed and historically located

Humane Interfaces

Humane Interfaces
  • Author : J.P. Marsh,B. Gorayska,J.L. Mey
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 1999-04-07
  • Total pages : 391
  • ISBN : 0080552137
  • File Size : 13,7 Mb
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Ever since the first successful International Cognitive Technology (CT) Conference in Hong Kong in August 1995, a growing concern about the dehumanising potential of machines, and the machining potential of the human mind, has pervaded the organisers' thinking. When setting up the agenda for the Second International CT Conference in Aizu, Japan, in August of 1997, they were aware that a number of new approaches had seen the light, but that the need to integrate them within a human framework had become more urgent than ever, due to the accelerating pace of technological and commercialised developments in the computer related fields of industry and research What the present book does is re-emphasize the importance of the 'human factor' - not as something that we should 'also' take into account, when doing technology, but as the primary driving force and supreme aim of our technological endeavours. Machining the human should not happen, but humanising the machine should. La Humacha should replace the Hemachine in our thinking about these matters.

Smart Technology for Aging, Disability, and Independence

Smart Technology for Aging, Disability, and Independence
  • Author : William C. Mann
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2005-07-22
  • Total pages : 379
  • ISBN : 9780471743965
  • File Size : 31,5 Mb
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Independent living with smart technologies Smart Technology for Aging, Disability, and Independence: The Stateof the Science brings together current research and technologicaldevelopments from engineering, computer science, and therehabilitation sciences, detailing how its applications can promotecontinuing independence for older persons and those withdisabilities. Leading experts from multiple disciplines worldwide havecontributed to this volume, making it the definitive resource. Thetext begins with a thorough introduction that presents importantconcepts, defines key terms, and identifies demographic trends atwork. Using detailed product descriptions, photographs andillustrations, and case studies, subsequent chapters discusscutting-edge technologies, including: * Wearable systems * Human-computer interactions * Assisted vision and hearing * Smart wheelchairs * Handheld devices and smart phones * Visual sensors * Home automation * Assistive robotics * In-room monitoring systems * Telehealth After considering specific high-technology solutions, the textexamines recent trends in other critical areas, such as basicassistive technologies, driving, transportation and communitymobility, home modifications and design, and changing standards ofelder care. Students and professionals in the rehabilitation sciences, healthcare providers, researchers in computer science and engineering,and non-expert readers will all appreciate this text's thoroughcoverage and clear presentation of the state of the science.

Cognition and Technology

Cognition and Technology
  • Author : Barbara Gorayska,Jacob L. Mey
  • Publisher : John Benjamins Publishing
  • Release Date : 2004-10-28
  • Total pages : 369
  • ISBN : 9789027295064
  • File Size : 41,8 Mb
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This new collection of contributions to the field of Cognitive Technology (CT) provides the (to date) widest spectrum of the state of the art in the discipline — a disciple dedicated to humane factors in tool design. The reader will find here a summary of past research as well as an overview of new areas for future investigations. The collection contains an extensive CT agenda identifying many as yet unsolved, CT-related, design issues. An exciting new development is the concept of ‘natural technology’. Some examples of natural technologies are discussed and the merits of empirical investigations (into what they are and how they develop), of interest to cognitive scientists and designers of new (corrective, digital) technologies, are pointed out. Another distinctive feature of the collection is that it provides examples of scientists’ tools; important, too, is its emphasis on ethics in tool design. The collection ends with a provocative coda (any responses can appear in the new, annual, CT forum of the Pragmatics and Cognition journal). The collection will appeal to all scientists, humanists and professionals interested in the interface between human cognitive processes and the technologies that augment them.

Transforming Cognitive Rehabilitation

Transforming Cognitive Rehabilitation
  • Author : McKay Moore Sohlberg,Justine Hamilton,Lyn S. Turkstra
  • Publisher : Guilford Publications
  • Release Date : 2022-11-07
  • Total pages : 355
  • ISBN : 9781462550968
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Grounded in cutting-edge knowledge about cognitive function and recovery from brain injury, this practical reference and text builds on the authors' influential earlier work, Optimizing Cognitive Rehabilitation. It incorporates major advances in the field to provide a new framework for assessing patients and developing individualized rehabilitation plans. The distinguished authors present principles and procedures for promoting engagement, teaching cognitive strategies and discrete facts and routines, introducing external cognitive aids, and supporting patients' social competence. Additional topics include considerations for using computer-based training, managing functional cognitive symptoms, and providing cognitive rehabilitation in the inpatient setting. The book features detailed case illustrations and filled-out examples of 19 reproducible planning and progress monitoring forms. Blank forms can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.

Essentials of Assistive Technologies - E-Book

Essentials of Assistive Technologies - E-Book
  • Author : Albert M. Cook,Janice Miller Polgar
  • Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Release Date : 2014-03-12
  • Total pages : 360
  • ISBN : 9780323291026
  • File Size : 50,7 Mb
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Master the assistive strategies you need to make confident clinical decisions and help improve the quality of life for people with disabilities with this new essentials text. Based on the Human Activity Assistive Technology (HAAT) model developed by Dr. Cook, the book provides the most important coverage of the devices, services, and practices that comprise assistive technology and focuses on the relationship between the human user and the assisted activity within specific contexts. Case studies, illustrations of assistive devices, review questions, and well-developed learning objectives help you focus on the most important areas of assistive technology application. UNIQUE! OTA focus provides you with the specific information occupational therapy assistants need to know to implement and utilize assistive technologies. Comprehensive coverage includes all areas of assistive technologies. The AT industry A historical perspective on the industry Relevant legislation Issues of professional practice Service delivery in assistive technologies General purpose assistive technologies Specific areas of application for assistive technologies And more Content derived from market leader gives you similar chapters and organization to the Principles text, but has more of a focus on the practical skills and knowledge needed for the implementation of AT.

Psychology For Dummies

Psychology For Dummies
  • Author : Adam Cash
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2013-06-21
  • Total pages : 417
  • ISBN : 9781118611326
  • File Size : 17,7 Mb
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Understand why you feel and act the way you do Psychology For Dummies is a fun, user-friendly guide to the basics of human behavior and mental processes. In plain English—and using lots of everyday examples—psychologist Dr. Adam Cash cuts through the jargon to explain what psychology is all about and what it tells you about why you do the things you do. With this book as your guide, you'll: gain profound insights into human nature; understand yourself better; make sense of individual and group behaviors; explore different approaches in psychology; recognize problems in yourself and others; make informed choices when seeking psychological counseling; and much more. Shows you how understanding human psychology can help you make better decisions, avoid things that cause stress, manage your time to a greater degree, and set goals Helps you make informed choices when seeking psychological counseling Serves as an invaluable supplement to classroom learning From Freud to forensics, anorexia to xenophobia, Psychology For Dummies takes you on a fascinating journey of self discovery.

Human Cognition and Social Agent Technology

Human Cognition and Social Agent Technology
  • Author : Kerstin Dautenhahn
  • Publisher : John Benjamins Publishing
  • Release Date : 2000-03-15
  • Total pages : 448
  • ISBN : 9789027299949
  • File Size : 18,5 Mb
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Human Cognition and Social Agent Technology is written for readers who are curious about what human (social) cognition is, and whether and how advanced software programs or robots can become social agents. Topics addressed in 16 peer-reviewed chapters by researchers at the forefront of agent research include: Narrative intelligence and implementations of story-telling systems, socially situated avatars and ‘conscious’ software agents, cognitive architectures for socially intelligent agents, agents with emotions, design issues for interactive systems, artificial life agents, contributions to agent design from artistic practice, and a Cognitive Technology view on living with socially intelligent agents. The book addresses both software and robotic agents. On the one hand justice is done to the scientific and technical aspects, and on the other hand the reader will learn about pioneering technological developments which are necessary for a public discourse and critical evaluation on where social agent technology is leading us and how such a development can be shaped in order to meet the social, cultural and cognitive needs of humans. The book is suitable for students, researchers, and everyone interested in this emerging and quickly growing field, it does not require any specialist background knowledge. (Series B)

Christianity as Distinct Practices

Christianity as Distinct Practices
  • Author : Jan-Olav Henriksen
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release Date : 2019-01-10
  • Total pages : 216
  • ISBN : 9780567683311
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Jan-Olav Henriksen reconstructs and analyzes Christianity as a cluster of practices that manifest a distinct historically and contextually shaped mode of being in the world. Henriksen suggests that these practices imply a complicated relationship between the tradition in which they originate, the community that emerges from and is constituted by that tradition, and the individuals who appropriate the tradition that these communities mediate through their practices. Thus, to think of Christianity simply in terms of belief is misleading and represents an underdetermination of its distinct character. Henriksen further argues this relationship needs to be described primarily as practices aimed at orientation and transformation. His analysis points to Christianity's similarity to other religions in regard to the functional or pragmatic dimensions it displays. Examining facets such as prayer, the use of scripture, preaching and doctrine, Henriksen emphasizes that the element that makes a practice distinctively Christian is how it relates to and is informed by the Jesus story.

Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry

Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry
  • Author : David B. Arciniegas,C. Alan Anderson,Christopher M. Filley
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2013-01-24
  • Total pages : 229
  • ISBN : 9781139619158
  • File Size : 54,7 Mb
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The merger of behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry into a single medical subspecialty, Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry, requires an understanding of brain-behavior relationships and a clinical approach that transcends the traditional perspectives of neurology and psychiatry. Designed as a primer of concepts and principles, and authored by a multidisciplinary group of internationally known clinical neuroscientists, this book divides into three sections: • Structural and Functional Neuroanatomy (Section I) addresses the neuroanatomy and phenomenology of cognition, emotion, and behavior • Clinical Assessment (Section II) describes neuropsychiatric history taking, neurological and mental status examinations, neuropsychological assessment, and neuroimaging, electrophysiologic, and laboratory methods • Treatment (Section III) discusses environmental, behavioral, rehabilitative, psychological, social, pharmacological, and procedural interventions for cognitive, emotional, and behavioral disorders. By emphasizing the principles of Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry, this book will improve your understanding of brain-behavior relationships and inform your care of patients and families affected by neurobehavioral disorders.

Handbook of Behavioral and Cognitive Geography

Handbook of Behavioral and Cognitive Geography
  • Author : Daniel R. Montello
  • Publisher : Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Release Date : 2018
  • Total pages : 432
  • ISBN : 9781784717544
  • File Size : 17,8 Mb
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This comprehensive Handbook summarizes existing work and presents new concepts and empirical results from leading scholars in the multidisciplinary field of behavioral and cognitive geography, the study of the human mind, and activity in and concerning space, place, and environment. It provides the broadest and most inclusive coverage of the field so far, including work relevant to human geography, cartography, and geographic information science.