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Changed processing of visual sexual stimuli under GnRH-therapy – a single case study in pedophilia using eye tracking and fMRI

Kirsten Jordan, Peter Fromberger, Helge Laubinger, Peter Dechent, Jürgen L Müller
2014 BMC Psychiatry  
The patient simultaneously viewed an image of a child and an image of an adult while eye movements were measured. During the fMRI-measure the same stimuli were presented subliminally.  ...  Eye tracking and fMRI measures were conducted before the initial ADT as well as four months after the onset of ADT.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the patient for his agreement to participate in the study and for his agreement to publish the data.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-244x-14-142 pmid:24885644 pmcid:PMC4036749 fatcat:ag63lg6gkva7hcu3fwhos43y2m

Training pet dogs for eye-tracking and awake fMRI

Sabrina Karl, Magdalena Boch, Zsófia Virányi, Claus Lamm, Ludwig Huber
2019 Behavior Research Methods  
By documenting and validating our training approach here, we aim to inspire others to use our methods to apply eye-tracking or fMRI for their investigations of canine behavior and cognition.  ...  First, eye-tracking has been used to study visual cognition without distraction in unrestrained dogs.  ...  In the case of the fMRI training, the decision was made on the basis of a pilot study at the University of Vienna.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13428-019-01281-7 pmid:31313137 fatcat:rijcabzpifanraenlptsog2omu

Remediation of PTSD in a Combat Veteran: A Case Study

George Lindenfeld, George Rozelle, John Hummer, Michael Sutherland, James Miller
2019 NeuroRegulation  
We present a case study of a novel and transformative treatment approach called Reconsolidation Enhancement by Stimulation of Emotional Triggers (RESET) Therapy.  ...  Major complications associated with PTSD include problems with impulse control and issues related to verbal and physical outbursts of anger and rage.  ...  We present a heuristic neuronal model of PTSD to provide testable hypotheses for the clinician using the RESET method, and then present our case study of a veteran successfully treated with RESET to demonstrate  ... 
doi:10.15540/nr.6.2.102 fatcat:mqfbuezxojcj3fudmtiww25ppu

Gain- and Loss-Related Brain Activation Are Associated with Information Search Differences in Risky Gambles: An fMRI and Eye-Tracking Study

A. N. Ha usler, S. Oroz Artigas, P. Trautner, B. Weber
2016 eNeuro  
Subsequently, they performed an eye-tracking experiment on binary choices between risky gambles, each displaying monetary outcomes and their respective probabilities.  ...  In this study, we demonstrate that individual differences in the neural processing of gains and losses relates to attentional differences in the way individuals search for information in gambles.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank (in alphabetical order) Marcel Bartling, Laura Enax, Ulrich Ettinger, Susann Fiedler, Guido Lüchters, Bettina Mahlow, Karolina Raczka, Laura Schinabeck, and Sabrina Strang for  ... 
doi:10.1523/eneuro.0189-16.2016 pmid:27679814 pmcid:PMC5032244 fatcat:mnhkbsklmvcd3jswog6k6lezsq

Cortical fMRI Activation Produced by Attentive Tracking of Moving Targets

Jody C. Culham, Stephan A. Brandt, Patrick Cavanagh, Nancy G. Kanwisher, Anders M. Dale, Roger B. H. Tootell
1998 Journal of Neurophysiology  
For seven subjects, funcour knowledge, this paper provides the first comprehensive tional activation was superimposed on each individual's cortically neuroimaging study of attentive tracking and its relationship  ...  Second, even in the absence of eye moveattention to mentally track a subset of them while fixating.  ...  Their attentive-tracking accuracy was measured, and their eye health and clear vision.  ... 
doi:10.1152/jn.1998.80.5.2657 pmid:9819271 fatcat:r3ex4zqwj5andekyal532fuux4

Using Dynamics of Eye Movements, Speech Articulation and Brain Activity to Predict and Track mTBI Screening Outcomes

James R. Williamson, Doug Sturim, Trina Vian, Joseph Lacirignola, Trey E. Shenk, Sophia Yuditskaya, Hrishikesh M. Rao, Thomas M. Talavage, Kristin J. Heaton, Thomas F. Quatieri
2021 Frontiers in Neurology  
The focus of the present study is to investigate the potential for using passive measurements of fine motor movements (smooth pursuit eye tracking and read speech) and resting state brain activity (measured  ...  Thirty-one high school American football and soccer athletes were tracked through the course of a sports season.  ...  The focus of the present study is to investigate the potential for using passive measurements of fine motor movements (smooth pursuit eye tracking and read speech) and resting state brain activity (measured  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2021.665338 fatcat:m6ryb4aqnbgera2ssu5h43xv34

Track I

2014 Biomedical Engineering  
We show that a properly designed and trained ESN is able to discriminate early and late granulopoietic cells in histopathological images of the human bone marrow with overall mean accuracy (±SD) of 0.846  ...  The quantification of cell maturity at microscopic level is a tedious and error-prone task and heavily relies on the experience of the pathologists.  ...  of Innovation, Science and Research of Northrhine-Westfalia, Germany for the funding of this work in the Med in.NRW program (grant no. 005-GW01-78A).  ... 
doi:10.1515/bmt-2014-5008 pmid:25385893 fatcat:4o7vqkhdmfgk5fjzqpeh74x5te

Eye tracking in human interaction: Possibilities and limitations

Niilo V. Valtakari, Ignace T. C. Hooge, Charlotte Viktorsson, Pär Nyström, Terje Falck-Ytter, Roy S. Hessels
2021 Behavior Research Methods  
The setups differ mainly with regard to the nature of the eye-tracking signal (head- or world-centered) and the freedom of movement allowed for the participants.  ...  With the advance of (wearable) video-based eye trackers, it has become possible to measure gaze during many different interactions.  ...  Single Gullberg and Holmqvist (1999) Gullberg and Holmqvist (2006) Hanna and Brennan (2007  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13428-020-01517-x pmid:33409984 fatcat:q2xvhdusz5e4dhw32mvaj4p2ge

Tracking neural coding of perceptual and semantic features of concrete nouns

Gustavo Sudre, Dean Pomerleau, Mark Palatucci, Leila Wehbe, Alona Fyshe, Riitta Salmelin, Tom Mitchell
2012 NeuroImage  
In this study, subjects answered 20 questions (e.g. is it alive?) about the properties of 60 different nouns prompted by simultaneous presentation of a pictured item and its written name.  ...  Our results show that the neural activity observed with MEG encodes a variety of perceptual and semantic features of stimuli at different times relative to stimulus onset, and in different cortical locations  ...  Gus Sudre is supported by a graduate fellowship from the multi-modal neural training program (MNTP) and a presidential fellowship in the Life Sciences from the Richard King Mellon Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.04.048 pmid:22565201 pmcid:PMC4465409 fatcat:trwo5elipbd4bmpxolanibq52e

Tracking competition and cognitive control during language comprehension with multi-voxel pattern analysis

Elizabeth Musz, Sharon L. Thompson-Schill
2017 Brain and Language  
Moreover, these findings demonstrate the utility of item-level, similarity-based analyses of fMRI data for our understanding of competition between co-activated word meanings during language comprehension  ...  These noun-noun homonyms were selected from a previous norming study that had tabulated the frequency counts of various meanings of several ambiguous words (Twilley et al., 1994) .  ...  Thompson-Schill (R0I DC009209) and an NSF graduate research fellowship to Elizabeth Musz. Musz and Thompson-Schill Page 17 Brain Lang. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2017 March 21.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2016.11.002 pmid:27898341 pmcid:PMC5359984 fatcat:xebqoqo2tzb4pbeo55kfrkjdwa

A First Step Toward Cognitive Remediation of Voices: a Case Study

Jérôme Favrod, Pascal Vianin, Valentino Pomini, Fred W. Mast
2006 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS NOTE The authors of this commentary are employed by a government agency and as such this commentary is considered a work of the U.S. government and not subject to copyright within the  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The preparation of this commentary was supported in part by NARSAD Grable Investigator Award to Sohee Park.  ...  In these cases, overall rates of 15% of people with eye disease having complex hallucinations and 25% with simple hallucinations were derived from other studies and used to calculate comparable figures  ... 
doi:10.1080/16506070600802993 pmid:16952899 fatcat:wjh5h3ysbrgapnlcwyfb5zjnz4

Multiple-target tracking in human and machine vision

Shiva Kamkar, Fatemeh Ghezloo, Hamid Abrishami Moghaddam, Ali Borji, Reza Lashgari, Leyla Isik
2020 PLoS Computational Biology  
Several past studies have examined how humans track targets simultaneously and what underlying behavioral and neural mechanisms they use.  ...  Humans are able to track multiple objects at any given time in their daily activities-for example, we can drive a car while monitoring obstacles, pedestrians, and other vehicles.  ...  Reece Mazade, and Ms. Sandy Kaplan for proofreading this work.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007698 pmid:32271746 fatcat:v4lgcskhm5gw3fwmofc5xe5juu

Tracking the evolution of crossmodal plasticity and visual functions before and after sight restoration

Giulia Dormal, Franco Lepore, Mona Harissi-Dagher, Geneviève Albouy, Armando Bertone, Bruno Rossion, Olivier Collignon
2015 Journal of Neurophysiology  
Taken together, these findings demonstrate that structural and functional reorganization of occipital regions are present in an individual with a long-standing history of severe visual impairment and that  ...  We tracked the behavioral, structural, and neurofunctional changes occurring in an early and severely visually impaired patient before and 1.5 and 7 mo after sight restoration with magnetic resonance imaging  ...  We thank Jorge Jovicich and Domenico Zacà for their help on the structural data analyses and Pascal Belin for providing the tools for sound scrambling.  ... 
doi:10.1152/jn.00420.2014 pmid:25520432 pmcid:PMC4359990 fatcat:4iqzsptx35cvpl5owdwgcei2nq

Automatic Lexical Access in Visual Modality: Eye-Tracking Evidence

Ekaterina Stupina, Andriy Myachykov, Yury Shtyrov
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
Language processing has been suggested to be partially automatic, with some studies suggesting full automaticity and attention independence of at least early neural stages of language comprehension, in  ...  These studies, however, did not control participants' eye movements leaving a possibility that they may have foveated the stimuli, leading to overt processing.  ...  The study used the HSE Synchronous Eye-tracking, Brain Signal Recording and Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation System.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01847 pmid:30333775 pmcid:PMC6176043 fatcat:mlwg7lgutzdt5pp42rlwrcpq4a

Tracking real-time neural activation of conceptual knowledge using single-trial event-related potentials

Ben D. Amsel
2011 Neuropsychologia  
The present study provides a more detailed understanding of the timecourse and intensity of influence of several such knowledge types on real-time neural activity.  ...  The dynamic time courses and topographies of these effects are most consistent with a flexible conceptual system wherein temporally dynamic recruitment of representations in modal and supramodal cortex  ...  I also thank Priya Kumar and Renante Rondina II for their assistance with data collection. Parts of this article form part of Ben D. Amsel's University of Toronto doctoral thesis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2011.01.003 pmid:21219919 fatcat:62tabarct5bldb3wwa6keutqve
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