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Masked and unmasked error-related potentials during continuous control and feedback

Catarina Lopes Dias, Andreea I Sburlea, Gernot R Müller-Putz
2018 Journal of Neural Engineering  
Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the help of M K Höller during the preparation of the experiments described in the article.  ...  We aim to investigate the effect of feedback's instability in error-related potentials during a task with continuous control and feedback.  ...  Finally, we aimed to asynchronously decode errors during a task with continuous control and continuous feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1741-2552/aab806 pmid:29557346 fatcat:6a2fooenxrc2nbx3eweippdpmu

Neural Correlates of the Lombard Effect in Primate Auditory Cortex

S. J. Eliades, X. Wang
2012 Journal of Neuroscience  
These observations demonstrate that the auditory cortex participates in self-monitoring during the Lombard effect, and may play a role in the compensation of noise masking during feedback-mediated vocal  ...  One important behavior in vocal feedback control is a compensatory increase in vocal intensity in response to noise masking during vocal production, commonly referred to as the Lombard effect.  ...  and feedback-related vocal control.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.3448-11.2012 pmid:22855821 pmcid:PMC3752069 fatcat:5o53ugnovrfkzesj3a4bkjunry

Towards non-invasive brain-computer interface for hand/arm control in users with spinal cord injury

Gernot R. Muller-Putz, Joana Pereira, Patrick Ofner, Andreas Schwarz, Catarina Lopes Dias, Reinmar J. Kobler, Lea Hehenberger, Andreas Pinegger, Andreea I. Sburlea
2018 2018 6th International Conference on Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)  
We propose a framework that encompasses the detection of goaldirected movement intention, movement classification and decoding, error-related potentials detection and delivery of kinesthetic feedback.  ...  In this paper, we summarize the recent findings of our research towards the main aim to provide reliable and intuitive control.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported by the EU ICT Programme Project H2020-643955 MoreGrasp, and the ERC Consolidator Grant ERC-681231, Feel Your Reach.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iww-bci.2018.8311498 fatcat:kxlj52izyzanpgpaoaibttohci

Investigating the inner speech of people who stutter: Evidence for (and against) the Covert Repair Hypothesis

Paul H. Brocklehurst, Martin Corley
2011 Journal of Communication Disorders  
Compared to controls, PWS produced significantly more word-onset and word-order errors. Crucially, this difference was found in inner as well as in overt speech.  ...  and repaired, with stuttering-like disfluencies as a consequence.  ...  Table 1 : 1 Raw numbers of onset and word-order errors coded by participants and by the experimenter Onset errors Word-order errors Unmasked Masked (Total) Unmasked Masked (Total) Self-reports  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2010.11.004 pmid:21208627 fatcat:fosidapio5a5pa232f7fo64oza

Reliance on auditory feedback in children with childhood apraxia of speech

Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel, Tiffany P. Hogan, Anthony J. Guarino, Jordan R. Green
2015 Journal of Communication Disorders  
Research Experiences Student Fellowship Program, and the Barkley Memorial Trust.  ...  Portions of these data were presented at the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association's annual convention , the Conference for Motor Speech (Iuzzini, Hogan, & Green, 2014) and the University  ...  This was done to avoid potential circularity between the group assignment criteria 'vowel distortions' and 'voicing errors' and our dependent measures 'vowel space area' and 'voice onset time.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2015.01.002 pmid:25662298 fatcat:moc6fni4azbu3me7xwv4xixidy

Visual Selective Behavior Can Be Triggered by a Feed-Forward Process

Rufin VanRullen, Christof Koch
2003 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
mask are thus kept separated during a short period corresponding to the feedforward "sweep."  ...  & The ventral visual pathway implements object recognition and categorization in a hierarchy of processing areas with neuronal selectivities of increasing complexity.  ...  Error bars indicate standard error of the mean. (C) Distribution of RTs to masked and unmasked scenes (average for three subjects; 20-msec time bins).  ... 
doi:10.1162/089892903321208141 pmid:12676058 fatcat:6dldxlygk5hydi2icmun6ysuhe

The perturbation paradigm modulates error-based learning in a highly automated task: outcomes in swallowing kinematics

C. Anderson, P. Macrae, I. Taylor-Kamara, S. Serel, A. Vose, I. A. Humbert
2015 Journal of applied physiology  
Systematic-error reduction occurred only during the abrupt-masked and abrupt-unmasked perturbations. Only the abrupt-masked perturbation caused aftereffects.  ...  The four study conditions were gradual-masked, gradual-unmasked, abrupt-masked, and abrupt-unmasked.  ...  Thus we compared masked and unmasked onset and offset of both gradual and abrupt perturbations. We hypothesized that, consistent with Humbert et al.  ... 
doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.00155.2015 pmid:26023226 pmcid:PMC4538282 fatcat:wh3odetkxngn3eqwzp3bx4fgzy

No language unification without neural feedback: How awareness affects sentence processing

Valeria Mongelli, Erik L. Meijs, Simon Van Gaal, Peter Hagoort
2019 NeuroImage  
In the masked condition we only found an N400 effect for single words, whereas in the unmasked condition we observed an N400 effect for both unmasked sentences and single words.  ...  According to the Memory, Unification and Control (MUC) model, sentence processing requires long-range feedback from the left inferior frontal cortex (LIFC) to left posterior temporal cortex (LPTC).  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Camilla Endrizzi for her valuable assistance with data acquisition of Experiment 2.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.116063 pmid:31376519 fatcat:pmqi7gqxdbbhloldxggnrbiyye

Can application and transfer of strategy be observed in low visibility condition?

Imen El Karoui, Kalliopi Christoforidis, Lionel Naccache, Emmanuel Andreas Stamatakis
2017 PLoS ONE  
In the present study, we investigated strategic adaptation to conflict both in unmasked and in low-visibility masked trials.  ...  In unmasked trials, we found evidence of strategic adaptation to conflict, both in reaction times and in ERPs (N2 and P300).  ...  Two event-related potentials (ERPs) were identified.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0173679 pmid:28288178 pmcid:PMC5348023 fatcat:ybowz3oyn5fw5d5erpvo4ca7pq

Converging Intracranial Markers of Conscious Access

Raphaël Gaillard, Stanislas Dehaene, Claude Adam, Stéphane Clémenceau, Dominique Hasboun, Michel Baulac, Laurent Cohen, Lionel Naccache, Leslie Ungerleider
2009 PLoS Biology  
We compared conscious and nonconscious processing of briefly flashed words using a visual masking procedure while recording intracranial electroencephalogram (iEEG) in ten patients.  ...  In contrast, conscious processing of unmasked words was characterized by the convergence of four distinct neurophysiological markers: sustained voltage changes, particularly in prefrontal cortex, large  ...  RG, SD, and LN conceived and designed the experiments. RG and LN performed the experiments. RG, SD, LC, and LN analyzed the data. CA, SC, DH, and MB contributed reagents/ materials/analysis tools.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1000061 pmid:19296722 pmcid:PMC2656551 fatcat:hopmnxaqyzc23lddum6k7m4ary

Recurrent Processing Enhances Visual Awareness but Is Not Necessary for Fast Categorization of Natural Scenes

Mika Koivisto, Granit Kastrati, Antti Revonsuo
2014 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
To clarify the role of recurrent processing in scene categorization, we recorded EEG and manipulated recurrent processing with object substitution masking while the participants performed a go/no-go animal  ...  Masking reduced the clarity of perceptual awareness, slowed down categorization speed for scenes that were not clearly perceived, and reduced the electrophysiological difference elicited by animal and  ...  In simultaneous offset (i.e., unmasked) trials, the dots onset and offset simultaneously with the images.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn_a_00486 pmid:24047378 fatcat:3yla6zmutjgsnnya6a6zjxktru

Masked targets trigger event-related potentials indexing shifts of attention but not error detection

Geoffrey F. Woodman
2010 Psychophysiology  
To test this hypothesis the present study examined the error-related negativity (ERN), an electrophysiological index of the performance-monitoring neural circuitry, during masked visual search.  ...  To carry out tasks with the highest possible efficiency we have developed executive mechanisms that monitor task performance and optimize cognitive processing.  ...  In the laboratory, the error-related negativity (ERN) of the eventrelated potential (ERP) waveform is used to measure when the brain detects errors or evaluates feedback (Gehring, Gross, Coles, Meyer,  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.2009.00948.x pmid:20070578 pmcid:PMC2956465 fatcat:n72rkcanxncs7a2cotyp5b27uq

Role of the anterior insula in task-level control and focal attention

Steven M. Nelson, Nico U. F. Dosenbach, Alexander L. Cohen, Mark E. Wheeler, Bradley L. Schlaggar, Steven E. Petersen
2010 Brain Structure and Function  
When these regions are applied to functional MRI (fMRI) data, the ventral and dorsal/anterior regions support processes potentially related to both task-level control and focal attention, whereas the more  ...  Task-level control and focal attention may or may not reflect information processing supported by a single functional area (within the aI).  ...  Wig, and Bud Craig, as well as an anonymous reviewer for helpful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00429-010-0260-2 pmid:20512372 pmcid:PMC2886908 fatcat:ugietahx3bcmpj4wtbgasi5rre

Hearing Illusory Sounds in Noise: The Timing of Sensory-Perceptual Transformations in Auditory Cortex

Lars Riecke, Fabrizio Esposito, Milene Bonte, Elia Formisano
2009 Neuron  
We thank Hanna Renvall and Alexander Gutschalk for useful comments on the study, Anke Walter for help with data acquisition, Federico De Martino for advice on time-frequency analysis, and Claudia Schreiner  ...  , Daniel Mendelsohn, and three anonymous reviewers for constructive comments on the manuscript.  ...  Notably, the induced restoration-related modulations were consistent with the gap-evoked modulations ( Figure 4 ): illusory continuity was encoded as true continuity rather than true discontinuity during  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2009.10.016 pmid:19945396 fatcat:veuyhc3qdbfqznslcg3but7bom

Altered Auditory P300 Performance in Parents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Offspring

Mei Hung Chi, Ching-Lin Chu, I Hui Lee, Yi-Ting Hsieh, Ko Chin Chen, Po See Chen, Yen Kuang Yang
2019 Clinical Psychopharmacology and Neuroscience  
Altered event-related potential (ERP) performances have been noted in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) patients and reflect neurocognitive dysfunction.  ...  Thirteen healthy parents with ADHD offspring and thirteen healthy controls matched for age, sex and years of education were recruited.  ...  negativity, and error-related positivity [17] .  ... 
doi:10.9758/cpn.2019.17.4.509 pmid:31671488 pmcid:PMC6852684 fatcat:uec7ov5dsfgjll53d54siezjgm
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