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Using single-trial EEG to predict and analyze subsequent memory

Eunho Noh, Grit Herzmann, Tim Curran, Virginia R. de Sa
2014 NeuroImage  
We show that it is possible to successfully predict subsequent memory performance based on single-trial EEG activity before and during item presentation in the study phase.  ...  Two-class classification was conducted to predict subsequently remembered vs. forgotten trials based on subjects' responses in the recognition phase.  ...  McDonnell Foundation grant to the Perceptual Expertise Network, and the KIBM (Kavli Institute of Brain and Mind) Innovative Research Grant. We would like to thank Dr. Marta Kutas and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.09.028 pmid:24064073 pmcid:PMC3874086 fatcat:3dgplllbdzfdnlvgjk7waqxniq

Single-Trial EEG Connectivity of Default Mode Network Before and During Encoding Predicts Subsequent Memory Outcome

Dahye Kim, Woorim Jeong, June Sic Kim, Chun Kee Chung
2020 Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience  
The present study showed for the first time the successful prediction with high accuracy of subsequent memory outcome using single-trial functional connectivity.  ...  However, as multiple brain regions work collaboratively to process memory, it could be a better option to use functional connectivity within the memory-related brain network to predict subsequent memory  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Hong Jun Kim for assistance with the EEG experiments.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnsys.2020.591675 pmid:33328911 pmcid:PMC7710990 fatcat:ut6jj5kz35emfm4kwmniaywlfa

Altered alpha/beta desynchronization during item–context binding contributes to the associative deficit in older age

Anna E Karlsson, Myriam C Sander
2022 Cerebral Cortex  
Single-trial theta power could not predict subsequent item memory, but predicted pair memory in an age-invariant manner, in line with a mechanism supporting associative memory.  ...  In contrast, single-trial alpha/beta power predicted both item and pair memory, in line with a mechanism reflecting the depth of information processing, and predicted pair memory less well in the older  ...  Acknowledgements Data collection and analysis was conducted within the projects Lifespan Age Differences in Memory Representations (LIME) (PI: MCS) and Lifespan Rhythms of Memory and Cognition (RHYME)  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhac219 pmid:35750026 fatcat:rlhyrviccraddlb4xiru2rc2de

Remembered or Forgotten?—An EEG-Based Computational Prediction Approach

Xuyun Sun, Cunle Qian, Zhongqin Chen, Zhaohui Wu, Benyan Luo, Gang Pan, Lutz Jaencke
2016 PLoS ONE  
We devise a convolutional neural network for EEG, called ConvEEGNN, to predict subsequently remembered and forgotten events from EEG recorded during memory process.  ...  For ConvEEGNN, the average prediction accuracy was 72.07% by using EEG data from pre-stimulus and during-stimulus periods, outperforming other approaches.  ...  Using EEG, a more mobile and affordable noninvasive method for monitoring brain activity, Noh et al has identified subsequent episodic memory performance on single-trial neocortical dynamic activity recorded  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0167497 pmid:27973531 pmcid:PMC5156350 fatcat:toc6jemosvbhxl35u2cz7633k4

EEG-based Prediction of Successful Memory Formation during Vocabulary Learning

Taeho Kang, Yiyu Chen, Siamac Fazli, Christian Wallraven
2020 IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering  
that single trial prediction of memorization success is possible with a few target items.  ...  Our results using convolutional neural networks optimized for EEG-signal analysis show that above-chance classification is possible in this context allowing us to predict during learning which of the words  ...  They would also like to thank Rithwik Mutyala for advice in experimental paradigm and study design.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnsre.2020.3023116 pmid:32915743 fatcat:thc74r44szetfdnioibdxj74dm

Intracranial EEG Correlates of Expectancy and Memory Formation in the Human Hippocampus and Nucleus Accumbens

Nikolai Axmacher, Michael X. Cohen, Juergen Fell, Sven Haupt, Matthias Dümpelmann, Christian E. Elger, Thomas E. Schlaepfer, Doris Lenartz, Volker Sturm, Charan Ranganath
2010 Neuron  
Recordings from the nucleus accumbens revealed a late potential (peak at 475 ms), which increases in magnitude during unexpected items, but no subsequent memory effect and no early component.  ...  Unexpected events are more likely to be remembered than predictable events, but the underlying neural mechanisms for these effects remain unclear.  ...  Participants were subsequently tested on memory for the expected and unexpected items from each list, allowing us to examine encoding activity as a function of subsequent memory performance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2010.02.006 pmid:20188658 fatcat:axzdyt62izdthlcpkymlgtzfjy

The Role of Meaning in Visual Memory: Face-Selective Brain Activity Predicts Memory for Ambiguous Face Stimuli

Timothy F. Brady, George A. Alvarez, Viola S. Störmer
2018 Journal of Neuroscience  
In particular, we use single-trial EEG activity to predict whether an image will be subsequently remembered, and show that the main driver of this prediction ability is whether or not an image is seen  ...  We show in adult humans of either sex that single trial EEG activity can predict whether participants will subsequently remember an ambiguous Mooney face image (e.g., an image that will sometimes be seen  ...  Thus, a classifier trying only to predict whether a stimulus is a face or non-face predicts subsequent memory for ambiguous faces even using only single-trial EEG data.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.1693-18.2018 pmid:30541914 pmcid:PMC6363929 fatcat:4vem5465vjdwhgyeutce77jqii

Cerebellar theta and beta noninvasive stimulation rhythms differentially influence episodic memory versus language [article]

Shruti Dave, Stephen VanHaerents, Joel Voss
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
The cerebellum is thought to interact with distributed brain networks to support cognitive abilities such as episodic memory and language.  ...  Episodic memory and language networks have been associated with distinct endogenous oscillatory activity frequency bands: theta (~3-8 Hz) versus beta (~13-30 Hz), respectively.  ...  To ensure roughly equal trials across stimulation conditions, we analyzed late-positive ERP amplitude for all single-word encoding trials regardless of subsequent recognition performance (Fig. 5) .  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.02.20.958397 fatcat:oloahpqs4bawtko5pw23b7lsyy

Oscillatory Mechanisms of Successful Memory Formation in Younger and Older Adults Are Related to Structural Integrity

2019 Cerebral Cortex  
While older adults showed lower memory performance than young adults, we found subsequent memory effects (SME) in alpha/beta and theta frequency bands in both age groups.  ...  Thus, our results suggest that differences in the structural integrity of the IFG contribute not only to interindividual, but also to age differences in memory formation.  ...  We are also grateful to Julia Delius for editorial assistance. Conflict of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interests.  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhz339 pmid:31989153 pmcid:PMC7232990 fatcat:nbg44x6bh5ej5oefsgzn5igdhq

Sustained Neural Activity Patterns during Working Memory in the Human Medial Temporal Lobe

N. Axmacher, F. Mormann, G. Fernandez, M. X Cohen, C. E. Elger, J. Fell
2007 Journal of Neuroscience  
Here, we exploit intracranial EEG to identify WM-specific sustained activity patterns with the highest temporal and spatial resolution currently available in humans.  ...  Using a serial Sternberg paradigm, we found a positive shift of the direct current (DC) potential and a long-lasting decrease in MTL gamma-band activity during maintenance of a single item, reflective  ...  Encoding of multiple items (trials with four faces) To verify whether the memory-load dependent DC potentials already build up during the presentation of subsequent stimuli, we analyzed mean values and  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.0962-07.2007 pmid:17634374 fatcat:crjozm34hvgrfo7bd35zot5jhu

The role of meaning in visual memory: Face-selective brain activity predicts memory for ambiguous face stimuli [article]

Timothy F Brady, George A. Alvarez, Viola Stoermer
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
We show that single trial EEG activity can predict whether participants will subsequently remember an ambiguous Mooney face image (e.g., an image that will sometimes be seen as a face and sometimes not  ...  How people process images is known to affect memory for those images, but these effects have typically been studied using explicit task instructions to vary encoding.  ...  Author Contributions T.F.B. and V.S.S. designed and conducted the experiment and analyzed the data.  ... 
doi:10.1101/366641 fatcat:glfhh5wqkjdrzkyc75g3hmx4pi

Alpha Phase Dynamics Predict Age-Related Visual Working Memory Decline [article]

Tam Tran, Nicole C Hoffner, Sara C LaHue, Lisa Tseng, Bradley Voytek
2016 bioRxiv   pre-print
Using scalp EEG, we examined how visual cortical alpha activity relates to working memory performance.  ...  Alpha phase prior to memory array presentation predicted response time, but the relationship between phase and response time was weaker in older adults.  ...  To 375 assess single-subject ITC significance, a resampling approach was used. For each 376 participant, we randomly sampled n/2 trials and calculated time-resolved ITC.  ... 
doi:10.1101/050450 fatcat:mk3nbl274zbfpncqrkosnhyzjq

Oscillatory Mechanisms of Successful Memory Formation in Younger and Older Adults Are Related to Structural Integrity [article]

Myriam C. Sander, Yana Fandakova, Thomas H. Grandy, Yee Lee Shing, Markus Werkle-Bergner
2019 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
While older adults showed reduced memory performance, we found subsequent memory effects (SME) in alpha/beta and theta frequency bands in both age groups.  ...  Using logistic mixed effect models, we then investigated whether interindividual differences in structural integrity of memory regions that were functionally linked to oscillatory dynamics in previous  ...  We are also grateful to Julia Delius for editorial assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1101/530121 fatcat:ngilkc7zmjbvdf4vsviijiw4g4

A P300-based cognitive assessment battery

Aaron Kirschner, Damian Cruse, Srivas Chennu, Adrian M. Owen, Adam Hampshire
2015 Brain and Behavior  
Results: Using analysis of ERPs alone, this method can determine with high reliability whether individual participants are able to attend a stimulus stream, maintain items in working memory, or solve complex  ...  Methods: Here, we develop a series of EEG paradigms that probe several core aspects of cognition at the bedside without the need for motor responses and explore the sensitivity of this approach in a group  ...  The unique and combined relationship between set size, NM and performance was analyzed using a generalized linear model with memory set size as a factor and NM as a covariate.  ... 
doi:10.1002/brb3.336 pmid:26085962 pmcid:PMC4467771 fatcat:xy7yyatlurfxzewxt33qx5k4wa

Medial Temporal Theta/Alpha Power Enhancement Precedes Successful Memory Encoding: Evidence Based on Intracranial EEG

J. Fell, E. Ludowig, B. P. Staresina, T. Wagner, T. Kranz, C. E. Elger, N. Axmacher
2011 Journal of Neuroscience  
For this purpose, we analyzed subsequent memory effects during a continuous word recognition paradigm in 31 presurgical epilepsy patients.  ...  Not only poststimulus, but also prestimulus neural activity has been shown to be predictive for later successful memory encoding.  ...  We analyzed the EEG responses to the first presentation of words shown with one repetition.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.3668-10.2011 pmid:21471374 pmcid:PMC6622710 fatcat:e67rrcuysff67f7iu5wpsst5ry
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