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EEG activity during balance platform test in humans

Vladimir Khorev, Vladimir Maksimenko, Semen A. Kurkin, Artem Badarin, Vladimir Antipov
In order to analyze different human brain states related
to perception and maintaining of body posture, we implemented
an experiment with a balance platform. It is
known the cerebral cortex regulates subcortical postural
centers to maintain upright balance and posture and balance
demands. However, the cortical mechanisms that
support standing balance remain elusive. In this work,
we present an EEG-based analysis during execution of
balance responses with distinct postural demands. The
results suggest the existence of common features in the EEG structure associated with distinct activity during balance maintaining. This may give new directions for future research in the field of brain activity, and for the development of brain-computer interfaces.
CYBERNETICS AND PHYSICS, Vol. 8, No. 3. 2019, 132-136. https://doi.org/10.35470/2226-4116-2019-8-3-132-136
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