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Fernandez Santoro, Elias Mateo (author)
The olivocerebellar system plays a central role in motor learning, crucially contributing to the coordination, precision and accurate timing of movements. The system is formed by Purkinje cells (PC), the Deep Cerebellar Nucleus (DCN) and Inferior Olive (IO). Its input activate the PC which produces simple (SS) and complex spikes (CS). The latter...
master thesis 2019
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Smid, Annemijn (author)
Much is still unknown about the cause of migraine attacks in the brain. Similarly, a lot is unclear about the influence of patient-physician communication on migraine outcomes. An analogy between the migraine brain and the migraine patient by means of network analysis was therefore carried out in this research to search for new insights into...
master thesis 2018
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Tchimino, Jack (author)
Signal Analysis techniques are routinely used in Neuroscience to interpret raw signals harvested from the Nervous System. From a simple Fourier analysis to more complicated methods such as multiresolution wavelet analysis, such techniques must be used for signal manipulation in order to reach informed conclusions on the measurements taking place...
master thesis 2018
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Muurling, Marijn (author)
A distal radius fracture (DRF) is one of the most common fractures, especially in older women. Previous research shows that a DRF disturbs sensorimotor functions even eight weeks after finished treatment, which could influence neuromuscular control. The neuromuscular system exists of a sensory, motor and integration part, which all interact with...
master thesis 2018
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Greeuw, Yvonne (author)
Motor learning is a vital ability of the human brain in which multiple cortical areas like the primary motor cortex are involved. One way to investigate the fast motor learning brain dynamics is with use of electroencephalography (EEG). This non-invasive and mobile technique records continuous electrical activity on the brain cortex with a high...
master thesis 2018
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van Gaalen, Bas (author)
Essential tremor is often considered the most common adult movement disorder and is capable of severely affecting activities of daily living. Wearable devices that actively counteract the tremulous movement can potentially contribute to the functional independence of the large group patients ineligible for surgery or refractory to medicine....
master thesis 2018
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Arntz, Anne (author)
By monitoring head movement and orientation in space, the vestibular system can evoke appropriate muscle responses in order to maintain standing balance. The present study investigates whether vestibular-evoked muscle responses are dependent on sensory cues of gravity by examining these responses across varying load and gravity conditions....
master thesis 2018
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Silos Viu, Maria (author)
Recently, there has been an increasing awareness of the critical role of sleep for the brain development of young infants. During the early neonatal stages of human development, the basic activity of the brain is to develop itself during sleep. Prolonged sleep is required in infants for further development of the nervous system. Sleep also plays...
master thesis 2017
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Meeuwsen, Marleen (author)
Implementation of perturbation training for elderly requires a validated measure to quantify someone’s ability to recover
when encountering a perturbation. A quantified recovery performance has been constructed for the anteroposterior
(QRPAP) and for mediolateral (QRPML) plane, the QRPAP and QRPML<...
master thesis 2017
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Geelen, Jinne (author)
Close collaboration between the Bioelectronics department at Delft University of Technology and the Neuroscience department at the Erasmus Medical Centre has resulted in a successful tethered design for a real-time epileptic seizure detection and suppression method for mice. The goal of the Neuromate project is to develop this method into a...
master thesis 2017
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Petridis, Ioannis (author)
Visual evoked potentials, i.e responses to visual stimulation as recorded using electroencephalography have indicated the existence of nonlinear behavior of the visual pathway. Nonlinearities and time delay in the visual system play an important role in understanding the complex nature of the visual system. This study investigated the nonlinear...
master thesis 2017
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