Browsing Electronic & Electrical Eng (Theses and Dissertations) by Subject "Multimodal"
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Investigating the Neural Correlates of Cervical Dystonia and Temporal Discrimination using Neuroimaging based Computational Modelling and Multimodal Pattern Recognition (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Discipline of Electronic & Elect. Engineering, 2020)Movement disorders, such as Parkinson s disease and Dystonia, have traditionally been considered as disorders of impaired motor control resulting predominantly from dysfunction of the Basal Ganglia. However, there has been ...