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Neuroimaging and Psychometric Assessment of Mild Cognitive Impairment After Traumatic Brain Injury

Maria Calvillo, Andrei Irimia
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
All cognitive domains recognized by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) are reviewed, including social cognition, complex attention, learning and memory, executive function  ...  Future research should study (A) language, executive and perceptual-motor function (whose evolution post-TBI remains under-explored), (B) the effects of age at and time since injury, and (C) cognitive  ...  The research which motivated and led to this review was supported, in part, by NIH grants R01 NS 100973 to AI and by DoD contract W81-XWH-1810413 to AI.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01423 pmid:32733322 pmcid:PMC7358255 fatcat:scgiqfrw6zgh7fm4dc5me4e6ka

Selective attention on representations in working memory: cognitive and neural mechanisms

Yixuan Ku
2018 PeerJ  
in memory, instead of the perceptual representation.  ...  Different types of attention orientation in working memory are introduced by distinctive cues, and the means using retrospective cues are strengthened currently as it is manipulating the representation  ...  It again suggested that long-term memory plus attention could not explain the processes of WM.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj.4585 pmid:29629245 pmcid:PMC5885971 fatcat:ym3ivb6k7jevxfoj2zkovzprui

fMRI studies of successful emotional memory encoding: A quantitative meta-analysis

Vishnu P. Murty, Maureen Ritchey, R. Alison Adcock, Kevin S. LaBar
2010 Neuropsychologia  
In particular, we propose that the amygdala interacts with these structures to promote enhancements in perceptual processing, semantic elaboration, and attention, which serve to benefit subsequent memory  ...  The consistency of findings in cortical targets, including the visual, prefrontal, and parietal cortices, underscores the importance of generating hypotheses regarding their participation in emotional  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported in part by grants NIH R01 DA027802, NIH F31 085384, and NSF 0745919.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2010.07.030 pmid:20688087 pmcid:PMC2949536 fatcat:qf7lvj7k3ncqxc3qmn6fve55ii

The Memory, Cognitive and PsychologicalFunctions of Sleep: Update from Electroencephalographic and Neuroimaging Studies [chapter]

Roumen Kirov, Serge Br
2012 Neuroimaging - Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience  
in both visual processing and visual attention account for loss of short-term memory capacity (Chee & Chuah, 2007) .  ...  Scans were conducted during performing a short-term memory visual task and during presenting varying visual array sizes without engaging memory.  ...  There are several candidate reasons for the failure of neuroimaging studies to convincingly resolve many of the most important theoretical debates in the literature.  ... 
doi:10.5772/22929 fatcat:bwt3jv3skvbzjix3k26frxkejq

Attentional Load and Attentional Boost: A Review of Data and Theory

Khena M. Swallow, Yuhong V. Jiang
2013 Frontiers in Psychology  
Several avenues of research motivated by the dual-task interaction model are then discussed.  ...  However, a number of recent behavioral and neuroimaging studies suggest that, at least under some circumstances, increasing attention to one task can enhance performance in a second task (e.g., the attentional  ...  Consistent with the effects of targets on long-term visual memory, target detection enhanced short-term source memory for scenes.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00274 pmid:23730294 pmcid:PMC3657623 fatcat:3glxfcxelrdr3mmro2vhqmg2wm

What is attentional refreshing in working memory?

Valérie Camos, Matthew Johnson, Vanessa Loaiza, Sophie Portrat, Alessandra Souza, Evie Vergauwe
2018 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences  
attention: Shifts of perceptual attention may be deliberate, focused, and relatively longlasting (on the order of one or more seconds) if a visual task relies on sustained attention to a specific item  ...  And like perceptual attention, short of eliminating consciousness, it is likely not possible to block refreshing entirely; as long as sensory stimuli are present, perceptual attention will be deployed  ... 
doi:10.1111/nyas.13616 pmid:29542133 fatcat:k4o5o3fl7jg7zj3hvvcideqcra

Infant fMRI: A Model System for Cognitive Neuroscience

Cameron T. Ellis, Nicholas B. Turk-Browne
2018 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
Here we discuss potential lessons from infant fMRI for several domains of adult cognition and consider the challenges of conducting such research and how they might be mitigated.  ...  Our understanding of the typical human brain has benefitted greatly from studying different kinds of brains and their associated behavioral repertoires, including animal models and neuropsychological patients  ...  For instance, MEG has been used to study changes in the attention system of pre-term infants and to predict delays in visual development [85] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2018.01.005 pmid:29487030 pmcid:PMC5911209 fatcat:ikr6vjybojex3dix2rloogtpca

Changes in patterns of neural activity underlie a time-dependent transformation of memory in rats and humans [article]

Melanie Jay Sekeres, Gordon Winocur, Morris Moscovitch, John A.E. Anderson, Sara Pishdadian, J. Martin Wojtowicz, Marie St-Laurent, Mary-Pat McAndrews, Cheryl L. Grady
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
Moreover, these hippocampal-frontal shifts are accompanied by corresponding changes in a network of cortical structures mediating perceptually-detailed as well as less precise, schematic memories.  ...  The dynamic process of memory consolidation involves a reorganization of brain regions that support a memory trace over time, but exactly how the network reorganizes as the memory changes remains unclear  ...  We would also like to acknowledge the generosity of Jack Anne Weinbaum, Sam Ida Ross, and Joseph Sandra Rotman in their support of the imaging centre at Baycrest.  ... 
doi:10.1101/303248 fatcat:tsvwffv2zvf7zisaegxgogwwau

A refined model of sleep and the time course of memory formation

Matthew P Walker
2005 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Based on these considerations, I offer a new neurocognitive framework of procedural learning, consisting first of acquisition, followed by two specific stages of consolidation, one involving a process  ...  time, per se).  ...  This work was supported by the National Science Foundation (BCS-0121953) and the National Institute of Health (MH-48832 and DA11744-01A1).  ... 
pmid:16047457 fatcat:nzcbcc5orjavpl4fwni7kppcs4

Deficits in visual cognition and attention following bilateral anterior cingulotomy

Kevin N Ochsner, Stephen M Kosslyn, G.Rees Cosgrove, Edwin H Cassem, Bruce H Price, Andrew A Nierenberg, Scott L Rauch
2001 Neuropsychologia  
A series of eight tests of visual cognitive abilities was used to examine pre-to post-operative performance changes in a patient receiving bilateral anterior cingulotomy.  ...  or rotate perceptual stimuli; (b) the ability to search for, select, and compare images of objects when the instructions did not specify precisely which objects should be visualized; and, (c) the ability  ...  Acknowledgements Completion of this research was supported by grant 97-25 from the McDonnell -Pew Foundation and a post-doctoral training grant from the National Institute of Mental Health awarded to the  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0028-3932(00)00114-7 pmid:11163601 fatcat:6z56qt777vbmdkv2omuwsuuzh4

Where is the classic interference theory for sleep and memory?

Anton Coenen
2005 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
This work was supported by the National Science Foundation (BCS-0121953) and the National Institute of Health (MH-48832 and DA11744-01A1).  ...  This work was supported by the National Institute of Health (MH-69935, MH-48832, MH-69935 and DA11744-01A1) and the National Science Foundation (BCS-0121953).  ...  Psychophysical, neuroimaging, and computational studies suggest that different brain dynamics underlie consolidation of motor and perceptual memories.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x05250021 fatcat:tgui2trb2vbxdoz767nhdi45si

The Importance of Being Relevant

Snehlata Jaswal
2012 Frontiers in Psychology  
Then, we shift focus to describe what happens to irrelevant input - whether it is discarded at the outset or is gradually inhibited, and whether inhibition is a perceptual or post-perceptual process.  ...  Empirical evidence suggests that the inhibition of irrelevant features occurs over time and is presumably a process within WM.  ...  When WM was loaded by a concurrent yet unrelated verbal short-term memory task, capture increased.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00309 pmid:22969739 pmcid:PMC3430883 fatcat:3ye5cvmlvfgh3ckow5b5fkq72i

Changes in patterns of neural activity underlie a time-dependent transformation of memory in rats and humans

Melanie J. Sekeres, Gordon Winocur, Morris Moscovitch, John A.E. Anderson, Sara Pishdadian, J. Martin Wojtowicz, Marie St-Laurent, Mary Pat McAndrews, Cheryl Grady
2018 Hippocampus  
Moreover, these hippocampal-frontal shifts are accompanied by corresponding changes in a network of cortical structures mediating perceptually-detailed as well as less precise, schematic memories.  ...  The dynamic process of memory consolidation involves a reorganization of brain regions that support a memory trace over time, but exactly how the network reorganizes as the memory changes remains unclear  ...  The copyright holder for this preprint (which was not . http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/303248 doi: bioRxiv preprint first posted online  ... 
doi:10.1002/hipo.23009 pmid:29989271 fatcat:cxclnxzj7zf5nilb6li665kcly

Inhibition of action, thought, and emotion: A selective neurobiological review

Daniel G. Dillon, Diego A. Pizzagalli
2007 Applied & Preventive Psychology  
by orbitofrontal cortex, and retention of fear extinction reflects ventromedial prefrontal cortexamygdala interactions.  ...  Dysfunctions in these circuits may contribute to psychopathological conditions marked by inhibitory deficits.  ...  Acknowledgements Preparation of this manuscript was supported by grants from NIMH (R01 MH68376), NCCAM (R21 AT002974), and Talley Fund (Harvard University) to DAP. The authors are grateful to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appsy.2007.09.004 pmid:19050749 pmcid:PMC2396584 fatcat:fjzhbw376jbq5jpw4ejyxjqd3a

Biological Specifics of Musical Performing Memory Essence for Musical Performance Efficiency

Maria Dymnikowa, Elena A. Ogorodnikova, Valentin I. Petrushin
2020 Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Studies  
Its structural components are semantic declarative, kinesthetic, and emotional memory. Musical performance concern the production of musical artwork by vocal or musical instrument forms.  ...  The efficiency of this process is conditioned by ergonomic, effective work on learning, and memorizing the music.  ...  from short-term memory to long-term memory.  ... 
doi:10.24203/ajhss.v8i2.6122 fatcat:k7omuxut4jhcvjst74ka5ilrma
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