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Research Article

Discrimination of Motor Imagery-Induced EEG Patterns in Patients with Complete Spinal Cord Injury

Table 2

Classification accuracy (%) of the maximal peak and its latency (delay) after cue onset for all 15 patients and all combinations. Accuracies in bold differ significantly from chance level according to the number of trials (cf. [13]).

PatientLeft versus right handLeft hand versus feetRight hand versus feet
Accuracy (%)Delay (s)Accuracy (%)Delay (s)Accuracy (%)Delay (s)

P0156.23.554.84.556.91.0
P0278.12.086.82.083.13.0
P0363.51.0621.563.31.5
P0463.51.562.32.067.71.5
P0558.72.556.21.551.44.5
P0657.91.565.02.558.52.5
P0757.22.064.31.555.92.0
P0860.41.563.62.062.01.5
P09831.586.31.571.12.5
P01068.12.085.72.078.82.0
P011761.577.71.575.21.5

P01259.82.070.61.563.10.5
P01357.12.554.44.056.80.5
P014640.065.23.060.13.5
P01571.82.067.92.571.82.5

Mean65.021.868.192.2365.052.03
Median63.5265263.12
SD8.520.7711.080.949.241.09

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