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What makes eye contact special? Neural substrates of on-line mutual eye-gaze: a hyperscanning fMRI study

Takahiko Koike, Motofumi Sumiya, Eri Nakagawa, Shuntaro Okazaki, Norihiro Sadato
2019 eNeuro  
We conducted a hyperscanning functional magnetic resonance imaging study involving on-line (LIVE) and delayed off-line (REPLAY) conditions to test our hypothesis that recurrent interaction through eye  ...  We used multivariate autoregression analysis to calculate the noise contribution ratio (NCR) as an index of how a participant's directional attention was influenced by that of their partner.  ...  Summary In the present hyperscanning fMRI study, we focused on real-time mutual interaction during eye contact.  ... 
doi:10.1523/eneuro.0284-18.2019 fatcat:vmx62a7cnnf53bsq2ypxzpm5h4

The two-brain approach: how can mutually interacting brains teach us something about social interaction?

Ivana Konvalinka, Andreas Roepstorff
2012 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
The first group has employed two-brain fMRI recordings, studying (1) turn-based interactions on the order of seconds, or (2) pseudo-interactive scenarios, where only one person is scanned at a time, investigating  ...  Only a small number of recent studies have put this into practice, using fMRI, EEG, or NIRS. Here, we review two main two-brain methodological approaches, each with two conceptual strategies.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge support of the Danish National Research Foundation (Interacting Minds) and of the UNIK initiative (MINDlab), and thank Chris Frith, Riccardo Fusaroli, and the reviewers  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2012.00215 pmid:22837744 pmcid:PMC3402900 fatcat:7ak6btibhbep5gphgooc5hjzma

Two-Person Neuroscience and Naturalistic Social Communication: The Role of Language and Linguistic Variables in Brain-Coupling Research

Adolfo M. García, Agustín Ibáñez
2014 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
In this paper, we argue that the study of online language-based communication constitutes a cornerstone of 2PN.  ...  Citation: García AM and Ibáñez A (2014) Two-person neuroscience and naturalistic social communication: the role of language and linguistic variables in brain-coupling research. Front.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was partially supported by grants from CON-ICET, CONICYT/FONDECYT Regular (1130920), FONCyT-PICT 2012-0412, FONCyT-PICT2012-1309, and the INECO Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2014.00124 pmid:25249986 pmcid:PMC4155792 fatcat:2b2sakvygfbrxaelefs2sflupy

Intuitive human robot interaction based on unintentional synchrony: A psycho-experimental study

Syed Khursheed Hasnain, Ghiles Mostafaoui, Robin Salesse, Ludovic Marin, Philippe Gaussier
2013 2013 IEEE Third Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL)  
To confirm or deny our assumptions we presented here a psychological study to measure unintentional synchronization during Unidirectional and Bidirectional Human Robot Interaction using our previously  ...  proposed model for initiating the interaction and focusing the robot attention on a selected partner.  ...  From a neurobiological point of view, several studies used fMRI and EEG to record the brain activities during social interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1109/devlrn.2013.6652569 dblp:conf/icdl-epirob/HasnainMSMG13 fatcat:soplzr2xgba7xlr7orp4n3tqse

The boundaries of cooperation: sharing and coupling from ethology to neuroscience

Maria Elide Vanutelli, Jean-Louis Nandrino, Michela Balconi
2016 Neuropsychological Trends  
Here we propose, in the second section, that a deeper explanation concerning cognitive and emotional abilities in both humans and animals should be taken into account.  ...  Cooperation is usually described as a human tendency to act jointly that involves helping, sharing, and acting prosocially.  ...  Studies involving imaging techniques such as fMRI permitted to localize the brain areas that are recruited during cooperative joint actions.  ... 
doi:10.7358/neur-2016-019-vanu fatcat:y73u5mix3jbabbp4yxfvmfj2gi

Socializing Sensorimotor Contingencies

Annika Lübbert, Florian Göschl, Hanna Krause, Till R. Schneider, Alexander Maye, Andreas K. Engel
2021 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
We propose this concept of socializing sensorimotor contingencies (socSMCs) as a shared framework of analysis for processes within and across brains and bodies, and their physical and social environments  ...  The insight that social cognitive phenomena like joint attention, mutual trust or empathy rely heavily on the informational and sensorimotor coupling between agents may provide novel remedies for people  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the other members of the socSMCs project for helpful discussions of the concept and its implications.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2021.624610 pmid:34602990 pmcid:PMC8480310 fatcat:kn67oclewnbdrmj2pu47fuy2q4

Interpersonal Coordination: Methods, Achievements, and Challenges

Carlos Cornejo, Zamara Cuadros, Ricardo Morales, Javiera Paredes
2017 Frontiers in Psychology  
Since then, technological advances have extended the range of techniques that can be used to accurately study interactional phenomena.  ...  of a common social and affective space.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank Alejandra Torres and Andrea Serey for discussing content concepts in this article.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01685 pmid:29021769 pmcid:PMC5623900 fatcat:fnavmrh46fgijlo3xa4fqg6hla

Dance on the Brain: Enhancing Intra- and Inter-Brain Synchrony

Julia C. Basso, Medha K. Satyal, Rachel Rugh
2021 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
Dance has traditionally been viewed from a Eurocentric perspective as a mode of self-expression that involves the human body moving through space, performed for the purposes of art, and viewed by an audience  ...  We outline a neurocentric definition of dance, which suggests that dance involves neurobehavioral processes in seven distinct areas including sensory, motor, cognitive, social, emotional, rhythmic, and  ...  One study utilized hyperscanning EEG recordings during natural social interactions between male-female pairs (Kinreich et al., 2017) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2020.584312 pmid:33505255 pmcid:PMC7832346 fatcat:mwkbvcz4ybdwzc7ayp6rnvvziq

Frontal alpha oscillations distinguish leaders from followers: Multivariate decoding of mutually interacting brains

Ivana Konvalinka, Markus Bauer, Carsten Stahlhut, Lars Kai Hansen, Andreas Roepstorff, Chris D. Frith
2014 NeuroImage  
Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Danish National Research Foundation through the Interacting Minds project, the MINDLab UNIK initiative at Aarhus University funded by the Danish Ministry  ...  The authors thank Joshua Skewes and Dan Bang for assistance with the experimental setup and data collection, and Peter Vuust for helpful discussions.  ...  Given the methodological and conceptual challenges of studying brain mechanisms of social interaction, hyperscanning still has a long way to go, and explorative analyses can be useful in decoding both  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.03.003 pmid:24631790 fatcat:64g5o5yg2naynmvnfrwf2jurau

Interactional Synchrony: Signals, Mechanisms, and Benefits

Stefanie Hoehl, Merle Fairhurst, Annett Schirmer
2020 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
Here we sought to integrate results around three themes: the stimuli, the mechanisms, and the benefits of interactional synchrony.  ...  Looking at the mechanisms revealed that traditional perspectives emphasizing beat-based representations of others' signals conflict with more recent work investigating the perception of temporal regularity  ...  Recognizing and aligning with temporal regularity makes the other(s) more predictable which then facilitates joint attention and action, information exchange, and the formation of affective bonds.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsaa024 pmid:32128587 pmcid:PMC7812629 fatcat:ewpj5gjeynehjhuuwf7vv75iki

Medial prefrontal-hippocampal concordance in child-parent dyads underlies children's psychological wellbeing [article]

Haowen Su, Christina B. Young, Zhuo Rachel Han, Jianjie Xu, Bingsen Xiong, Jingyi Wang, Lei Hao, Zhi Yang, Gang Chen, Shaozheng Qin
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
Negative family environment can be harmful for a child's psychological wellbeing through suboptimal child-parent interactions.  ...  Our findings suggest child-parent brain-to-brain concordance as a neurobiological mechanism of how family environment affects psychological wellbeing.  ...  cortical and subcortical regions between strangers, and their related functional circuits during movie watching Simony et al., 2016) . fMRI during movie watching is emerging as a powerful tool for exploring  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.03.30.486310 fatcat:5iacrofgjfdjfd3o5bt4y2h5uu

Bridging the gap between emotion and joint action

M.M.N. Bieńkiewicz, A. Smykovskyi, T. Olugbade, S. Janaqi, A. Camurri, N. Bianchi-Berthouze, M. Björkman, B.G. Bardy
2021 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
Joint action brings individuals (and embodiment of their emotions) together, in space and in time.  ...  to model socio-motor interaction.  ...  Disrupted brain-to-brain coupling in ASD children was also found in the hyperscanning fNIRS study looking at joint dyadic action of ASD children with their parents during keypress tasks (Wang et al.,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2021.08.014 pmid:34418437 fatcat:jg5hmiwpbnfenkt33flrg32hde

Bridging the gap between emotion and joint action [article]

M. M. N. Bieńkiewicz
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Joint action brings individuals (and embodiment of their emotions) together, in space and in time.  ...  to model socio-motor interaction.  ...  Disrupted brain-to-brain coupling in ASD children was also found in the hyperscanning fNIRS study looking at joint dyadic action of ASD children with their parents during keypress tasks (Wang et al.,  ... 
arXiv:2108.06264v1 fatcat:zgindzp6ojfnnoij6orggkeuyy

The Interprocessual-Self Theory in Support of Human Neuroscience Studies

Elkin O. Luis, Kleio Akrivou, Elena Bermejo-Martins, Germán Scalzo, José Víctor Orón
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
That study and integration thereof are undertaken differently depending on different views of what it means to live as a human being.  ...  This reveals how relationships allow people to relate ethically and grow as persons. We include conceptualizations and descriptions of their neural bases.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This article is the result of a research stay of the primary author at the University of Reading.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.686928 pmid:35153881 pmcid:PMC8832125 fatcat:wiqeboa5azbmfc3xmnzeh65mpa

The coordination dynamics of social neuromarkers

Emmanuelle Tognoli, J. A. Scott Kelso
2015 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
between-brain dynamics during social interaction.  ...  In our ongoing research, we have used dual-electroencephalography (EEG) to study neuromarker dynamics during synchronic interactions in which pairs of subjects coordinate behavior spontaneously and intentionally  ...  and (joint) attention (Babiloni et al., 2002; Perry et al., 2010 Perry et al., , 2011 Lachat et al., 2012; and with MEG: Sebastiani et al., 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00563 pmid:26557067 pmcid:PMC4617382 fatcat:zfixqgjivjhv3c4jxhsvbqi4z4
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