15th International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality & Associated Technologies

Maria T Schultheis

"Technology & Cognition": Examining new trends and opportunities

New technology trends continue to grow rapidly and they offer the potential to change the way we understand brain functioning and brain-behavior interactions. The clinical application of these technologies continues to require the understanding of both the benefits and limitations of integrating these novel methodologies to the needs of the population served. Established technologies, such as virtual reality and neuroimaging can provide examples of the transition from the lab to the clinic. Other emerging technologies, such as neuromodulation and brain-computer interface devices offer new opportunities for brain-behavior specialists. This workshop will offer an overview of key lessons learned in the clinical translation of technologies and discuss important considerations for novel technologies that offer new opportunities.

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Dept of Brain and Psychological Sciences

Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA