Date Presented 03/26/20
Driving is an occupation that is highly dependent on the interaction between the person and the environment. Mobile EEG is a tool that can overcome limitations to brain imaging methods that restrict measuring occupational performance in natural contexts. This study describes a case example using mobile EEG in a driving assessment with an individual following a right hemispheric stroke with mild residual hemispatial neglect.
Primary Author and Speaker: Amanda Frias
Contributing Authors: Josephine Chan, Theresa Smith, Emily Grattan