Filters








9 Hits in 7.2 sec

HF869129_DS – Supplemental material for Effects of Neural Mechanisms of Pretask Resting EEG Alpha Information on Situational Awareness: A Functional Connectivity Approach

Ardaman Kaur, Rishu Chaujar, Vijayakumar Chinnadurai
2019 Figshare  
Supplemental material, HF869129_DS for Effects of Neural Mechanisms of Pretask Resting EEG Alpha Information on Situational Awareness: A Functional Connectivity Approach by Ardaman Kaur, Rishu Chaujar  ...  and Vijayakumar Chinnadurai in Human Factors: The Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society  ...  Neural Underpinnings of Situational Awareness (SA) Task.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.9746840.v1 fatcat:dnlgm4svffefzeiojjfqg4hqm4

EEG alpha power and creative ideation

Andreas Fink, Mathias Benedek
2014 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
Alpha power varies as a function of creativity-related task demands and the originality of ideas, is positively related to an individuals' creativity level, and has been observed to increase as a result  ...  Despite the disappointing picture on the neuroscience of creativity drawn in recent reviews, there appears to be robust evidence that EEG alpha power is particularly sensitive to various creativity-related  ...  Acknowledgements Parts of the research presented in this review were supported by grants of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF): P16393, P19842 and P23914.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2012.12.002 pmid:23246442 pmcid:PMC4020761 fatcat:5zipauwqlrg45n2tolznnhcqoa

Music in sport: From conceptual underpinnings to applications [chapter]

Costas Karageorghis, Garry Kuan, Lieke Schiphof-Godart
2021 Essentials of exercise and sport psychology: An open access textbook  
, processes, and neural mechanisms.  ...  Neural mechanisms that influence the perception of exertion are thought to underlie some of the documented effects of music in the sport context.  ... 
doi:10.51224/b1023 fatcat:6e2polvmyjaidlmustop6izhsu

The Temporal Structures and Functional Significance of Scale-free Brain Activity

Biyu J. He, John M. Zempel, Abraham Z. Snyder, Marcus E. Raichle
2010 Neuron  
Our findings reveal robust temporal structures and behavioral significance of scale-free brain activity and should motivate future study on its physiological mechanisms and cognitive implications.  ...  Scale-free dynamics, with a power spectrum following P f f Àb , are an intrinsic feature of many complex processes in nature.  ...  We thank Christoph Kayser, Olaf Sporns, Tim Holy, and two anonymous reviewers for comments on an earlier draft of the manuscript, Steve Bressler, Stanislas Dehaene, Mark McAvoy, J.M.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2010.04.020 pmid:20471349 pmcid:PMC2878725 fatcat:3niwcqvgobae5atyucfuztk76u

Different psychophysiological and clinical symptoms are linked to affective versus sensory vicarious pain experiences

V. Botan, H. D. Critchley, J. Ward
2021 Psychophysiology  
Overall, the research points to different underlying mechanisms linked to different manifestations of vicarious pain response.  ...  Sensory-localized pain responders have differences in their ability to construct a multi-sensory body schema (as evidenced by prior research on the Rubber Hand Illusion) coupled with enhanced cardiovagal  ...  A sensitivity analysis using G-power was conducted based on our sample size of N = 72, power = 0.8, alpha = 0.05, for a one-way ANOVA (three groups, numerator df = 2).  ... 
doi:10.1111/psyp.13826 pmid:33942318 fatcat:7ju2yfi2gjb6hg6mkjpxqs4erq

The design and implementation of novel computational and machine learning approaches for modelling brain dynamics: towards more interpretable and real-time brain analysis

Martin Dinov, Robert Leech, David Sharp, Great Britain. Ministry Of Defence, Defence Science And Technology Laboratory (Great Britain)
2018
In Chapter 2, I developed a new approach based on using DTW towards computing frequency-domain spectra in a more interpretable way than using standard Fourier or Wavelet spectrums.  ...  This proof of concept work shows simulation and experimental results that suggest that the DQNs can learn meaningful behaviors with a portable consumer EEG within a small number of trials.  ...  A sliding window approach was used to allow for effective real-time-ness of the approach to alerting when the alpha band encompassing the individual alpha peak rose above a certain threshold that could  ... 
doi:10.25560/59105 fatcat:v3zux2uy5ffrrggytwbntqjuqy

Sympathetic arousal of young children who stutter during a stressful picture naming task

Hatun Zengin-Bolatkale, Edward G. Conture, Tedra A. Walden
2015 Journal of Fluency Disorders  
Eleven of these studies involved adults or adolescents who stutter (AWS), with only one, that present authors are aware of, that involved preschool-age children who stutter (Jones et al., 2014b) .  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by NIDCD/NIH research Grants, R01 DC000523-17, R01 DC006477-01A2; as well as the National Center for Research Resources, a CTSA grant (1 UL1 RR024975-01) to Vanderbilt  ...  Studying physiological activity during baseline or resting states has been shown to be profitable in the study of functional connectivity within the brain during resting states (e.g., Biswal, Yetkin,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jfludis.2015.07.005 pmid:26296616 pmcid:PMC4877440 fatcat:7ybhn6xc65d6vl2i32h5eqfaym

Hemispatial neglect, electroencephalographic correlates and the effect of short wavelength light on spatial inattention

MEGAN HOLLY O'NEILL
2018
This lack of understanding has hampered the development of effective rehabilitation strategies. One perspective that could provide useful insights is that of perceptual decision-making.  ...  We investigated how perceptual decision-making and specifically the neural correlates associated with orienting of attention and evidence accumulation are affected by healthy aging and in patients with  ...  This work presents a proof-of-concept that this approach can provide valuable information to the understanding of contributing mechanisms.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/5aa9f8043f9c6 fatcat:jjzma54lk5dell7kqilqs5fuh4

An Investigation of the Neurobiology of Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures

Finian O'Brien
2019
At the time that this project was commenced, there were few neuropsychological studies of PNES and the neural correlates of this condition were unknown.  ...  functional neuroimaging correlates of adults with PNES.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to express thanks to the patients and staff of the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit  ... 
doi:10.25419/rcsi.10802135.v1 fatcat:igwl6kx35jc6lluxsheckmrdra