Tag : Functional magnetic resonance imaging

Biology

Time of day is associated with paradoxical reductions in global signal fluctuation and functional connectivity

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by Csaba Orban, Ru Kong, Jingwei Li, Michael W. L. Chee, B. T. Thomas Yeo The brain exhibits substantial diurnal variation in physiology and function,...
Neurology

EEG Signature Predicts Antidepressant Response

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A novel artificial intelligence algorithm can accurately predict which patients will respond positively to the antidepressant sertraline, new research shows. Medscape Medical News Source link...
Biology

Interactions between human orbitofrontal cortex and hippocampus support model-based inference

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by Fang Wang, Geoffrey Schoenbaum, Thorsten Kahnt Internal representations of relationships between events in the external world can be utilized to infer outcomes when direct...
Biology

Single-cell selectivity and functional architecture of human lateral occipital complex

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by Thomas Decramer, Elsie Premereur, Mats Uytterhoeven, Wim Van Paesschen, Johannes van Loon, Peter Janssen, Tom Theys The human lateral occipital complex (LOC) is more...
Biology

The parietal operculum preferentially encodes heat pain and not salience

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by Björn Horing, Christian Sprenger, Christian Büchel Substantial controversy exists as to which part of brain activity is genuinely attributable to pain-related percepts and which...
Biology

Value-driven attentional capture enhances distractor representations in early visual cortex

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by Sirawaj Itthipuripat, Vy A. Vo, Thomas C. Sprague, John T. Serences When a behaviorally relevant stimulus has been previously associated with reward, behavioral responses...
Neurology

Non-Invasive Intracranial Pressure Tests 'Unreliable'

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Common, non-invasive tests used to detect elevated intracranial pressure in brain injury are often unreliable and may mean doctors are overlooking many patients with this...
Neurology

Brief 'Brain Training' Rapidly Boosts Neural Networks

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The first study of its kind shows that brief motor imagery training can prompt structural changes in white matter and increase functional connectivity in the...
Biology

Neurocomputational mechanisms at play when weighing concerns for extrinsic rewards, moral values, and social image

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by Chen Qu, Elise Météreau, Luigi Butera, Marie Claire Villeval, Jean-Claude Dreher Humans not only value extrinsic monetary rewards but also their own morality and...
Biology

Performing group-level functional image analyses based on homologous functional regions mapped in individuals

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by Meiling Li, Danhong Wang, Jianxun Ren, Georg Langs, Sophia Stoecklein, Brian P. Brennan, Jie Lu, Huafu Chen, Hesheng Liu Functional MRI (fMRI) studies have...
Biology

Perceptual inference employs intrinsic alpha frequency to resolve perceptual ambiguity

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by Lu Shen, Biao Han, Lihan Chen, Qi Chen The brain uses its intrinsic dynamics to actively predict observed sensory inputs, especially under perceptual ambiguity....
Biology

Adolescent development of cortical oscillations: Power, phase, and support of cognitive maturation

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by Scott Marek, Brenden Tervo-Clemmens, Natalie Klein, William Foran, Avniel Singh Ghuman, Beatriz Luna During adolescence, the integration of specialized functional brain networks related to...
Biology

Neural responses to natural and model-matched stimuli reveal distinct computations in primary and nonprimary auditory cortex

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by Sam V. Norman-Haignere, Josh H. McDermott A central goal of sensory neuroscience is to construct models that can explain neural responses to natural stimuli....

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