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Dynamic causal modelling on infant fNIRS data: A validation study on a simultaneously recorded fNIRS-fMRI dataset

Chiara Bulgarelli, Anna Blasi, Simon Arridge, Samuel Powell, Carina C.J.M. de Klerk, Victoria Southgate, Sabrina Brigadoi, William Penny, Sungho Tak, Antonia Hamilton
2018 NeuroImage  
case study, thereby allowing the use of this technique in future infant studies. fMRI and fNIRS were simultaneously recorded from a 6-month-old sleeping infant, who was presented with auditory stimuli  ...  The present paper provides a proof-of-principle for the application of this method to infant fNIRS data and a demonstration of the robustness of this method using a simultaneously recorded fMRI-fNIRS single  ...  This study was supported in part by the UK MRC (G0701484), and The Simons Foundation (nSFARI201287 to MHJ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.04.022 pmid:29655936 pmcid:PMC5971219 fatcat:imeh3aiy4vfkhcsq7z7f5lqsr4

Revealing the Neurobiology Underlying Interpersonal Neural Synchronization with Multimodal Data Fusion [article]

Leon D. Lotter, Simon H. Kohl, Christian Gerloff, Laura Bell, Alexandra Niephaus, Jana A. Kruppa, Juergen Dukart, Martin Schulte-Rüther, Vanessa Reindl, Kerstin Konrad
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
Here, we use a multimodal data fusion approach with the aim of elucidating the neurobiological mechanisms by which interpersonal neural synchronization (INS) occurs.  ...  Humans synchronize with one another to foster successful interactions.  ...  Summarizing, in line with prior findings and models of INS, we identified the rTPJ as a robust and task domain-independent hub region of INS supported by both fMRI and fNIRS data.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.07.26.501562 fatcat:f4lkffpaave4bfeyrt3k52dn2i

Perspective: Prospects of non-invasive sensing of the human brain with diffuse optical imaging

Sergio Fantini, Blaise Frederick, Angelo Sassaroli
2018 APL Photonics  
Finally, we critically compare fNIRS and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) by relating their measurements in terms of signal and noise, and by commenting on their complementarity.  ...  We argue that NIRS and fNIRS studies should always report data of both oxy- and deoxyhemoglobin concentrations in brain tissue, as they complement each other to provide more complete functional and physiological  ...  further validations on animal models (Giannini et al., 1982) , preterm infants (Brazy et al., 1985) and adult human subjects (Ferrari et al., 1985) .  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.5038571 pmid:31187064 pmcid:PMC6559748 fatcat:nsf6byk5lfae7ci4msbwx3rblm

A Synchrony-Dependent Influence of Sounds on Activity in Visual Cortex Measured Using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS)

Ian M. Wiggins, Douglas E. H. Hartley, Virginie van Wassenhove
2015 PLoS ONE  
The presence and relative timing of sounds did not significantly affect performance in a simultaneously conducted behavioral task, although the data were suggestive of a positive relationship between the  ...  Related fMRI studies have consistently reported enhanced activation in response to synchronous compared to asynchronous audiovisual stimulation.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Dr Toru Yamada and Dr Shinji Umeyama for kindly providing the code for the hemodynamic signal separation algorithm, the developers of the open-source fNIRS analysis package  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0122862 pmid:25826284 pmcid:PMC4380402 fatcat:rv24kwvhpbgxbop2wbfszhob4m

Epigenetic modification of the oxytocin receptor gene is associated with emotion processing in the infant brain

Kathleen M. Krol, Meghan H. Puglia, James P. Morris, Jessica J. Connelly, Tobias Grossmann
2019 Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience  
At 7 months of age, infants viewed happy, angry, and fearful faces while functional near-infrared spectroscopy was recorded. We observed that OXTRm shows considerable variability among infants.  ...  Implementing a developmental neuroimaging epigenetics approach in a large sample of infants (N = 98), we examined whether OXTRm is associated with neural responses to emotional expressions.  ...  for her guidance during fNIRS analyses, Travis S.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2019.100648 pmid:31125951 pmcid:PMC6969294 fatcat:dik4tkr2j5e4pev47jzv7mdgbi

Early Detection of Mental Stress Using Advanced Neuroimaging and Artificial Intelligence [article]

Fares Al-Shargie
2019 arXiv   pre-print
The FC significantly reduced under stress and suggested EEG and fNIRS as a potential biomarker of stress.  ...  This study proposed novel approaches to detect stress based on fusion of EEG and fNIRS signals in the feature-level using joint independent component analysis (jICA) and canonical correlation analysis  ...  of fusing data types of different dimensionality and nature as well as those that have not been recorded simultaneously.  ... 
arXiv:1903.08511v1 fatcat:kxf4uygomnd55brxmebdu6u7sm

Characterization and correction of the false-discovery rates in resting state connectivity using functional near-infrared spectroscopy

Hendrik Santosa, Ardalan Aarabi, Susan B. Perlman, Theodore J. Huppert
2017 Journal of Biomedical Optics  
We compare these analysis procedures using both simulated and experimental resting-state fNIRS data.  ...  Specifically, we detail the modifications to the statistical models of these methods needed to avoid high levels of falsediscovery related to these two sources of noise in fNIRS.  ...  Our work in this paper is similar to previous reports for fMRI resting-state studies. 56, 57 In the paper by Christova et al., 57 they reported about a 20% FDR for fMRI at a 0.5-Hz sample rate, which  ... 
doi:10.1117/1.jbo.22.5.055002 pmid:28492852 pmcid:PMC5424771 fatcat:imwprxpshzhfdfud2fibb22az4

Opportunities and Limitations of Mobile Neuroimaging Technologies in Educational Neuroscience

Tieme W.P. Janssen, Jennie K. Grammer, Martin G. Bleichner, Chiara Bulgarelli, Ido Davidesco, Suzanne Dikker, Kaja K. Jasińska, Roma Siugzdaite, Eliana Vassena, Argiro Vatakis, Elana Zion‐Golumbic, Nienke Atteveldt
2021 Mind, Brain, and Education  
To illustrate this point, studies are discussed with increasingly naturalistic designs.  ...  As the field of educational neuroscience continues to grow, questions have emerged regarding the ecological validity and applicability of this research to educational practice.  ...  This work is further supported by a European Research Council Starting Grant 716736 (BRAINBELIEFS).  ... 
doi:10.1111/mbe.12302 pmid:35875415 pmcid:PMC9292610 fatcat:4kngqxqd75fflnkhxlbrr5pgma

Infant and adult brains are coupled to the dynamics of natural communication [article]

Elise A. Piazza, Liat Hasenfratz, Uri Hasson, Casey Lew-Williams
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
Here we reveal a novel, highly naturalistic approach for studying live interactions between infants and adults.  ...  Using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), we simultaneously and continuously measured the brains of infants (9-15 months) and an adult while they communicated and played with each other in real  ...  Results The brain responses of the infant and the adult experimenter were recorded simultaneously using fNIRS in two conditions: Together and Apart.  ... 
doi:10.1101/359810 fatcat:3fj75zlgkberzpk66poscaxvsm

Improved physiological noise regression in fNIRS: A multimodal extension of the General Linear Model using temporally embedded Canonical Correlation Analysis

Alexander von Lühmann, Xinge Li, Klaus-Robert Müller, David A. Boas, Meryem A. Yücel
2019 NeuroImage  
The current best practice incorporates short separation (SS) fNIRS measurements as regressors in a General Linear Model (GLM).  ...  We have recently introduced a new methodological framework for the unsupervised multivariate analysis of fNIRS signals using Blind Source Separation (BSS) methods.  ...  An established model for analysis in fMRI and fNIRS studies is the "General Linear Model (GLM)".  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.116472 pmid:31870944 pmcid:PMC7703677 fatcat:57enh7uxerdrljetoxwie6xtc4

Measurement of Neurovascular Coupling in Neonates

Dries Hendrikx, Anne Smits, Mario Lavanga, Ofelie De Wel, Liesbeth Thewissen, Katrien Jansen, Alexander Caicedo, Sabine Van Huffel, Gunnar Naulaers
2019 Frontiers in Physiology  
In addition, studies both in animals and neonates confirm the presence of a short hypoxic period after a stimulus in preterm infants.  ...  Recent studies suggest that neurovascular coupling in neonates and preterm born infants is different compared to adults.  ...  Gao et al. (2011) constructed graph models from fMRI BOLD data recorded in a large cohort of normal pediatric subjects.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphys.2019.00065 pmid:30833901 pmcid:PMC6387909 fatcat:3lx2nmoxtbdjxd4nn2bcm4mrfm

HyPyP: a Hyperscanning Python Pipeline for inter-brain connectivity analysis

Anaël Ayrolles, Florence Brun, Phoebe Chen, Amir Djalovski, Yann Beauxis, Richard Delorme, Thomas Bourgeron, Suzanne Dikker, Guillaume Dumas
2020 Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  
Specifically, hyperscanning setups, which allow the simultaneous recording of brain activity from two or more individuals during social tasks has gained popularity in recent years.  ...  social interaction, both in controlled experimental settings and in more ecologically valid environments.  ...  HyPyP can handle data from groups of two or more participants, with data collected either in a simultaneous hyperscanning recording context (Dumas et al., 2011) or in a non-simultaneous setup (Dmochowski  ... 
doi:10.1093/scan/nsaa141 pmid:33031496 pmcid:PMC7812632 fatcat:7g7ki62bprazpnfj73xqrrjhwm

The NIRS Brain AnalyzIR Toolbox

Hendrik Santosa, Xuetong Zhai, Frank Fishburn, Theodore Huppert
2018 Algorithms  
In addition, fNIRS studies have been expanded to child and infant populations (reviewed in [7]), to allow a range of motion (including fNIRS studies of brain activity during gait or balance [11]), and  ...  Over the last three decades, fNIRS has been used in a wide range of studies including pediatric populations (e.g., [7] ), clinical studies (e.g., [8]), multimodal validations (e.g., [9]), and cognitive  ...  Hyperscanning is a form of fNIRS where two or more subjects are simultaneously recorded during an interactive task and the brain signals between the subjects is analyzed.  ... 
doi:10.3390/a11050073 fatcat:4zowbxhjbnbu3ps4cumbj6hd54

Maternal speech shapes the cerebral frontotemporal network in neonates: a hemodynamic functional connectivity study

Mariko Uchida-Ota, Takeshi Arimitsu, Daisuke Tsuzuki, Ippeita Dan, Kazushige Ikeda, Takao Takahashi, Yasuyo Minagawa
2019 Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience  
Although a mother's speech should thus have a significant impact on her neonate's brain, neurocognitive evidence for this hypothesis remains elusive.  ...  Language development and the capacity for communication in infants are predominantly supported by their mothers, beginning when infants are still in utero.  ...  Okishio, and all the staff of the neonatal unit of Keio University Hospital, Japan for help with this study. We thank N. Tanaka and H. Sato for technical support and K. Yatabe, S. Ishii, A.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2019.100701 pmid:31513977 pmcid:PMC6969365 fatcat:a6zt7n5razfidcezmdmnc55qlq

Emotional valence modulates the topology of the parent-infant inter-brain network [article]

Lorena Santamaria Covarrubias, Valdas Noreika, Stanimira Georgieva, Kaili Clackson, Sam Wass, Victoria Leong
2019 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
Here, we adopt a dual-brain connectivity approach to assess how emotional valence modulates the parent-infant neural network.  ...  Fifteen mothers modelled positive and negative emotions toward pairs of objects during social interaction with their infants (aged 10.3 months) whilst their neural activity was concurrently measured using  ...  Anonymised data is available from the authors upon request.  ... 
doi:10.1101/623355 fatcat:wbjfhnzcizd3dmxtsasqevqazu
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