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Consequently, information reaching our eyes at different moments is processed in the brain together. ... Here, we introduce a novel reverse correlation paradigm that allows us to uncover with millisecond precision the processing time course of specific information received on the retina at specific moments ... , possibly in part because the distinction between 58 stimulus presentation time and processing time is not often discussed or appreciated (but 59 Experimental design 161 Each participant came to the ...doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116994 pmid:32474082 fatcat:cpnw44cslbcu7hm5663twujumu
The relation between semantics and syntax and where they are represented in the neural level has been extensively debated in neurosciences. ... Then we associate these disentangled feature vectors with brain imaging data to explore brain representation of semantics and syntax. ... Acknowledgments The research work has been funded by the Intelligent Science and Technology ...doi:10.1609/aaai.v34i05.6457 fatcat:2nek7ubqcrcchajwxcp4fplotm
Here, we investigated the influence of emotional valence on key addiction brain areas by disentangling craving- and valence-related brain responses with parametric modulators in 32 smokers. ... For one of the suggested key regions for addiction, the amygdala, we observed significantly stronger brain responses to the valence aspect of the presented images than to the craving aspect. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors thank all volunteers for participating in this study. AH was supported by the Forschungskredit of the University of Zurich ...doi:10.1111/adb.13083 pmid:34363643 pmcid:PMC9285426 fatcat:733bmxmm3fcothvnv45ejkgtq4
The Living Age
This is, in fact, what sci- ence aims at at the present time. ... inner and outer, of the very same process; or the psychical process may be considered as a result of what took place in the brain and the nerves —such would be the materialist’s view; but all three—the ...
In this article, we explain this approach, its strengths and limitations, and how it can be applied to understand how the brain processes information to perform behavior in a task." ... Neuroscientists have approached this question partly by measuring brain activity in space, time and at different levels of granularity. ... is processed in the brain. ...doi:10.1101/658682 fatcat:qsvnsy2xfrh7he22ad4cf3mjfm
across the multiple MRIs acquired of each individual over time. ... We apply LSSL to two longitudinal neuroimaging studies to highlight its strength in extracting the brain-age information from MRI and revealing informative characteristics associated with neurodegenerative ... Acknowledgement This work was supported by NIH Grants MH113406, AA005965, AA010723, and AA017347, and by Stanford HAI AWS Cloud Credit. ...arXiv:2006.06930v2 fatcat:u7auxga7w5e7zoi6g4gjxrvai4
The results demonstrate a clear distinction between error and reward processing in the human brain. ... We used neuroimaging to disentangle brain activations related to error and reward processing, by manipulating the social context (cooperation or competition). ... The current study aimed at using the different aspects of cooperative and competitive contexts to truly disentangle error and reward processes in the human brain. ...doi:10.1523/jneurosci.1751-09.2009 pmid:19793976 pmcid:PMC6666159 fatcat:szoinyryzrf67g2fhgfjb2nb2e
Here, we investigated the influence of emotional valence on key addiction brain areas by disentangling craving- and valence-related brain responses with parametric modulators in 32 smokers. ... For one of the suggested key regions for addiction, the amygdala, we observed significantly stronger brain responses to the valence aspect of the presented images than to the craving aspect. ... Figure 4 : 4 Brain responses to the craving and valence ratings of the presented images. (STWF-17-012), and the Baugarten Stiftung. A. ...doi:10.1101/2020.08.10.20171611 fatcat:bqhhh3fae5bxjihc2un2ijsgte
This emerging knowledge inspired the development of new approaches allowing clinicians to probe and disentangle conscious from unconscious cognitive processes in noncommunicating brain-injured patients ... More precisely, we present the respective EEG markers of unconscious and conscious processing of two classes of auditory stimuli (sounds and words). ... Acknowledgements: This work was supported by the Amicale des Anciens Internes des Hoˆ pitaux de ...doi:10.1016/j.neurol.2017.08.001 pmid:28843414 fatcat:uvvxw6gxdfbkjc5jaiiq4ehnvm
In trying to disentangle different subtypes of NCC, contributions of general, and content specific brain systems must also be differentiated. ... By subtracting markers of brain processes recorded in the conditions without conscious experience of the target from the markers recorded in the conditions where the same target is consciously experienced ...doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00868 pmid:26161076 pmcid:PMC4479708 fatcat:fkw5mmqf2rcxlixvh47qobe3nq
In this tutorial paper, we motivate the need for disentangled representations, revisit key concepts, and describe practical building blocks and criteria for learning such representations. ... We conclude by presenting limitations, challenges, and opportunities. ... Tsaftaris acknowledges the support of Canon Medical and the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Research Chairs and Senior Research Fellowships scheme (grant RCSRF1819\8\25). ...arXiv:2108.12043v5 fatcat:cbpmp6pbajhjvjzovulswuj2wy
The present Research Topic is therefore timely in advancing the ongoing discourse beyond the need of disentangling "physiological" from "pathological" brain aging to deepening existing understanding and ... of aging and disentangle the mechanisms that underpin the physiological processes from those leading to pathological manifestation. ... The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) and the copyright owner(s) are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in ...doi:10.3389/fnagi.2020.00088 pmid:32351380 pmcid:PMC7174597 fatcat:shdo44tftnbmti63hu7a6ya4km
1995; Suzuki, 2006) ; the consolidation, in turn, is a more gradual process leading to the formation of longterm memory traces in the neocortex (Walker and Stickgold, 2006; Battaglia et al., 2011) . ... One of the key gaps in the knowledge lies in the understanding of specific cognitive and neural bases of language acquisition that underpin our successful and efficient ability to learn a large number ... ; at the same time, the EE condition often presents only a single image in conjunction with its name ("this is a glorp"). ...doi:10.3389/fnhum.2019.00116 pmid:31080410 pmcid:PMC6497805 fatcat:xdcmokahybdqnajvgxxinq7pla
The first transformer takes space-divided information as input and generates spatial features, while the second transformer takes time-related information as input and outputs temporal features. ... How to identify and characterize functional brain networks (BN) is fundamental to gain system-level insights into the mechanisms of brain organizational architecture. ... in processing images and videos [10, 11] . ...arXiv:2204.09225v2 fatcat:4h2conzo5rbjlljp4ozqryzlly
The Journal of Neuroscience
The present results also have implications for understanding recollection and familiarity. ... Results presented here provide additional evidence against the hypothesis that reductions in frontal N400 potentials reflect fa- miliarity. ...
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