Clark Elliott, Ph.D.
Institute for Applied Artificial Intelligence
College of Computing and Digital Media
The Affective Reasoner—Computing Emotions
American Optometric Association Talk [28 minutes] New, highly effective
brain-plasticity treatments for concussion.
- Clark Elliott: The Ghost in My
Brain: How a Concussion Stole My Life and How the New Science of Brain Plasticity Helped Me Get it
Penguin / Viking, June 2015.
- Deoborah Zelinsky, O.D. and Clark Elliott Ph.D., Case Report: Successful resolution of four
POTS cases using retinal neuromodulation for non-invasive assessment and
treatment of autonomic function
Working paper, 2019.
- Clark Elliott, et al.,
Using the Z-bell. Test to Remediate Spatial Deficiencies in
Non-Image-Forming Retinal Processing
Las Vegas, NV, CVC2019, Computer Vision Conference, April, 2019
Clark Elliott (2017) Oxford, England. Functional Neurology,
Rehabilitation, and Ergonomics,
Vol. 7, No. 3, pages 24-38,
Nova Science Publishers] [Academic Fair Use
Only. Copyright retained.]
The Brain Is Primarily A Visual-Spatial Processing Device:
Altering Visual-Spatial Cognitive Processing Via Retinal
Stimulation Can Treat Movement Disorders
Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science
The Affective Reasoning Project
Home page and publications.
Clark and a real-time AR agent.
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