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Cantata of Fire: Son et lumière in Waco Texas, auscultation for a shadow play

Virginia Madsen
2009 Organised Sound  
'The screaming sounds of rabbits being slaughtered' is but one example.  ...  -were designed to work on the listener in a number of ways.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355771809000119 fatcat:lrzqdiuflfdczmirro7t6w5b3u

Reversible Functional Changes Evoked by Anodal Epidural Direct Current Electrical Stimulation of the Rat Auditory Cortex

Ana Cecilia Colmenárez-Raga, Iván Díaz, Marianny Pernia, David Pérez-González, José M. Delgado-García, Juan Carro, Ignacio Plaza, Miguel A. Merchán
2019 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
Based on the well-known auditory cortex control of olivocochlear regulation through corticofugal projections, auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) were recorded as an indirect test of the effectiveness  ...  A global plastic response of the sensory cortices, also reported here, may be related to electrolytic effects of electric currents.  ...  This research was supported by a grant from the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of the Spanish Government SAF2016-78898-C2-2-R and BFU2017-82375-R, and from JCYL SA070P17.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2019.00356 pmid:31031588 pmcid:PMC6473088 fatcat:ttwsvivz2fg2rasbiqapmh5m2a

Virtual Reality and Assistive Technologies: A Survey

Shamima Yasmin
2018 International Journal of Virtual Reality  
Before concluding the survey, the paper also briefly focuses on some issues with existing VR-based approaches that need to be optimized to exploit the utmost benefit of virtual environment-based rehabilitation  ...  A multi-modal VR-based environment can incorporate a number of senses, (i.e., visual, auditory, or haptic) into the system and can be an immense source of motivation and engagement in comparison with traditional  ...  In Rabbit Chase, a rabbit moved around from hole to hole and the user had to touch the rabbit with one hand as it would come out of the hole.  ... 
doi:10.20870/ijvr.2018.18.2.2905 fatcat:gtdl2ly4ubep3f3wffbozrm5jm

Anxiety-like behavior induced by salicylate depends on age and can be prevented by a single dose of 5-MeO-DMT

Jessica Winne, Barbara C. Boerner, Thawann Malfatti, Elis Brisa, Jhulimar Doerl, Ingrid Nogueira, Katarina E. Leão, Richardson N. Leão
2020 Experimental Neurology  
Here we investigate if the anxiogenic effect of salicylate is dependent on age and previous tinnitus experience. We also tested whether a single dose of DMT can prevent this effect.  ...  We also show that theta2 and slow gamma oscillations increase in the vHipp and mPFC in a complementary manner during anxiety tests in the presence of salicylate.  ...  Within this group, 3-3.9% of the subjects report, long-lasting, bothersome tinnitus (McCormack et al., 2016) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.expneurol.2020.113175 pmid:31923390 fatcat:w42zpmd4nzdnnlgiisj77ahzx4

Model psychoses induced by LSD-25 in normals. I. Psychophysiological investigations, with special reference to the mechanism of the paranoid reaction

N A BERCEL, L E TRAVIS, L B OLINGER, E DREIKURS
1956 A M A Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry  
Those who report on hallucinations are aware of an alien addition to their “cus- tomary” hallucinations.  ...  Auditory and visual reverberations, feelings of familiarity and unfamiliarity (“I had this test before’), both visual and auditory experiences, likewise fall into that category. based on In psychomotor  ... 
pmid:13325989 fatcat:5tbqviyh5zh2boyw4aizul2swi

Particular Features of Meaning

H. L. Hollingworth
1924 Psychological review  
The thought of an absent object is a part of the object, in just the same sense that the tail of a rabbit that has plunged into a hole is a part of the original rabbit, of the rabbit for- merly seen; or  ...  Thus the blinking of the eye in response to a sound is not a reaction to the meaning of the sound but to the sound itself as complete and immediate event (assuming that this auditory-motor reaction is  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0075717 fatcat:3osrtze3zfgjxiuxnyilcgyy5i

Reports of Societies

1889 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
The potash in the same dose, but given continuously for from three to six months, started the menstrual flow in from four to six weeks, which, with continuance in the use of the drug, took on its regular  ...  type. (3) Sixty-two cases of tardy involution of the puerperal uterus in connection with old inflammatory processes of the uterus and its neighborhood, menstruation rather scanty and painful.  ...  In treating these cases, besides using measures through the external auditory meatus, 1 have employed injections through the catheter, consisting of nitrate of silver one part, boric-acid ten parts, glycerine  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm188908011210506 fatcat:hphs4ds3zfhghbkdadpqhrs5mm

Comprehensive behavioural study of GluR4 knockout mice: implication in cognitive function

N. Sagata, A. Iwaki, T. Aramaki, K. Takao, S. Kura, T. Tsuzuki, R. Kawakami, I. Ito, T. Kitamura, H. Sugiyama, T. Miyakawa, Y. Fukumaki
2010 Genes, Brain and Behavior  
Previously, we reported an association of the human GluR4 gene (GRIA4) with schizophrenia.  ...  The GluR4 subunit is highly expressed in the cerebellum and the early postnatal hippocampus and is thought to be involved in synaptic plasticity and the development of functional neural circuitry through  ...  mouse colonies and Naoko Tsunekawa of the Laboratory  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1601-183x.2010.00629.x pmid:20662939 fatcat:6q7im6qdjnfgbbg4noktywcqqa

Loss of Neuronal Potassium/Chloride Cotransporter 3 (KCC3) Is Responsible for the Degenerative Phenotype in a Conditional Mouse Model of Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy Associated with Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum

M. Shekarabi, R. X. Moldrich, S. Rasheed, A. Salin-Cantegrel, J. Laganiere, D. Rochefort, P. Hince, K. Huot, R. Gaudet, N. Kurniawan, S. G. Sotocinal, J. Ritchie (+4 others)
2012 Journal of Neuroscience  
We also demonstrate that the neuropathic features of HMSN/ACC are predominantly due to a neuronal KCC3 deficit, while the auditory impairment is due to loss of non-neuronal KCC3 expression.  ...  Finally, we observed hypoplasia of the corpus callosum in both mouse mutants and a marked decrease in axonal tracts serving the auditory cortex in only the general deletion mutant.  ...  Each consisted of a Plexiglas enclosure mounted on a Plexiglas base within a sound-attenuating chamber. A piezoelectric strain meter attached to the base transduced the startle response.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.3679-11.2012 pmid:22423107 pmcid:PMC6703451 fatcat:fwmiwsdw6bgc3gzugz5hwdbl4i

Editor's foreword

2012 Journal of Near-Death Studies  
The Journal publishes articles on near-death experiences and on the empirical effects and theoretical implications of such events, and on such related phenomena as out-of-body experiences, deathbed visions  ...  permission from the Publisher, with the exception of any material supplied specifically for the purpose of being entered and executed on a computer system, for exclusive use by the purchaser of the work  ...  Visual hallucinations occurred in only one subject, which involved "cartoon-like figures moving on the computer screen" (p. 208). Some subjects reported a sense of the body moving through space.  ... 
doi:10.17514/jnds-2012-31-1-p1-2. fatcat:cs7zodhusrbq5ieqpo465zsnaq

Current Medical Literature

1906 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
A selection trom these volumes will be made for review, as dictated by their merits, or in the interests of our readers.  ...  Acknowledgment of all books received will be made in this column and this will be deemed by us a full equivalent to those sending them.  ...  -Bryant reports several cases of auditory hallucinations which are interesting because of their evident dependence on catarrh al conditions of the ears, as shown by the cessation of the hallucinations  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520140070040 fatcat:7bieyjekxreglgdwftypgvv2gm

Brain waves and problems of psychology

Robert J. Ellingson
1956 Psychological bulletin  
by and synchronized w base on which the centripetal ones are coded.’  ...  - tions (dream-like auditory or visual experiences derived the pa- tient’s earlier life). from These illusions and hallucinations differ from those reported by psychotics in that the pa- tient is quite  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0042562 fatcat:af6ilhfzejghlbdail7dcjpwfq

Brain waves and problems of psychology

R J ELLINGSON
1956 Psychological bulletin  
by and synchronized w base on which the centripetal ones are coded.’  ...  - tions (dream-like auditory or visual experiences derived the pa- tient’s earlier life). from These illusions and hallucinations differ from those reported by psychotics in that the pa- tient is quite  ... 
pmid:13289964 fatcat:5ihqcyp7unacniipomdr3sdnla

The Age of Neuroelectronics [chapter]

Adam Keiper
2012 Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future  
A number of anatomists, philosophers, and physicians had, since the days of the ancient Greeks, concluded that the soul was resident in the head.  ...  To see the future of neuroelectronics, it makes sense to reconsider how the modern scientific understanding of the mind emerged.  ...  implants directly on the auditory brainstem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-1787-9_7 fatcat:ze46iuo5knb57fmn6dfs5gokfu

Current Medical Literature

1900 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
In an observation related, hernia of the tibialis anticus occurred through a pre-existing button-hole in the aponeurosis, and a similar button-hole was noticed on the other leg.  ...  -The conclusions of this rather mono¬ graphic paper on tinnitus aurium are as follows: 1. Almost all sounds should be designated by their pitch. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460080034004 fatcat:mvtaevdzxzh5de2ny77bx5ajha
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