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    Authors: 
    Eckehard Olbrich; Hans-Peter Landolt; Peter Achermann;
    Country: Switzerland
    Project: SNSF | Human sleep regulation: I... (320030_130766), SNSF | Glutamatergic mechanisms ... (320030_135414)

    The human sleep electroencephalogram (EEG) is characterized by the occurrence of distinct oscillatory events such as delta waves sleep spindles and alpha activity. We applied a previously proposed algorithm for the detection of such events and investigated their inciden...

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    Martin Ruchsow; Bärbel Herrnberger; Petra Beschoner; Georg Grön; Manfred Spitzer; Markus Kiefer;
    Publisher: Elsevier BV

    In a previous study we showed that errors following errors activate a strategic (prefrontal) mechanism. In an error trial (trial n) following an erroneous previous trial (trial n - 1) healthy control subjects were found to have enlarged (more negative) amplitudes of the...

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    Daphna Joel; Daphna Joel; Ariel Persico; Moshe Salhov; Zohar Berman; Sabine Oligschläger; Sabine Oligschläger; Sabine Oligschläger; Isaac Meilijson; Amir Averbuch;
    Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.

    Findings of average differences between females and males in the structure of specific brain regions are often interpreted as indicating that the typical male brain is different from the typical female brain. An alternative interpretation is that the brain types typical...

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    Authors: 
    Debby Vreeken; Maximilian Wiesmann; Laura N. Deden; Ilse A.C. Arnoldussen; Esther Aarts; Roy P. C. Kessels; Robert Kleemann; Eric J. Hazebroek; Edo O. Aarts; Amanda J. Kiliaan;
    Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
    Countries: Netherlands, Germany

    IntroductionWeight loss after bariatric surgery (BS) is often associated with improved cognition and structural brain recovery. However, improved cognition after BS is not always exhibited by patients, in fact, in some cases there is even a decline in cognition. Long-te...

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    Authors: 
    Jona Sassenhagen; Matthias Schlesewsky; Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky;
    Publisher: The Authors. Published by Elsevier Inc.
    Country: Australia

    The P600, a late positive ERP component following linguistically deviant stimuli, is commonly seen as indexing structural, high-level processes, e.g. of linguistic (re)analysis. It has also been identified with the P3 (P600-as-P3 hypothesis), which is thought to reflect...

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    Sean N Hatton; Khoa H Huynh; Leonardo Bonilha; Eugenio Abela; Saud Alhusaini; Andre Altmann; Marina KM Alvim; Akshara R Balachandra; Emanuele Bartolini; Benjamin Bender; +64 more
    Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
    Project: NIH | A global alliance to unlo... (1R01MH117601-01), NIH | Multimodal imaging of cog... (2R01NS065838-06A1), UKRI | Imaging prognostic marker... (MR/K023152/1), NIH | ENIGMA World Aging Center (1R56AG058854-01), UKRI | Translation of novel imag... (G0802012), NIH | ENIGMA Center for Worldwi... (3U54EB020403-04S1), CIHR , NSERC , NIH | High resolution mapping o... (1R01AG059874-01), NHMRC | Human Epilepsy: Understan... (1091593),...

    AbstractThe epilepsies are commonly accompanied by widespread abnormalities in cerebral white matter. ENIGMA-Epilepsy is a large quantitative brain imaging consortium, aggregating data to investigate patterns of neuroimaging abnormalities in common epilepsy syndromes, i...

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    Trautmann-Lengsfeld, Sina Alexa; Domínguez Borràs, Judith; Escera i Micó, Carles; Herrmann, Manfred, 1932-; Fehr, Thorsten;
    Publisher: Public Library of Science
    Country: Spain

    A recent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study by our group demonstrated that dynamic emotional faces are more accurately recognized and evoked more widespread patterns of hemodynamic brain responses than static emotional faces. Based on this experimental d...

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    Authors: 
    Katja Volz; Rudolf Stark; Dieter Vaitl; Wolfgang Ambach;
    Publisher: Elsevier BV

    Abstract Several studies investigating psychophysiological correlates of false memories suggest that psychophysiology may provide incremental information to subjectively reported memory. Based on previous findings in a Deese-Roediger-McDermott paradigm, we examined thre...

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    F.P.-H. Cheng; M.-L. Eddy; María Herrojo Ruiz; M. Großbach; Eckart Altenmüller;
    Publisher: IOS Press

    Purpose:Musician’s dystonia (MD) is a task-specific movement disorder related to extensive expert music performance training. Similar to other forms of focal dystonia, MD involves sensory deficits and abnormal patterns of sensorimotor integration. The present study inve...

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    Authors: 
    Denise Harhausen; Violetta Sudmann; Uldus Khojasteh; Jochen Müller; Marietta Zille; Keith Graham; Andrea Thiele; Thomas Dyrks; Ulrich Dirnagl; Andreas Wunder;
    Publisher: Public Library of Science
    Project: EC | ARISE (201024), EC | EUSTROKE (202213)

    Inflammation is a pathophysiological hallmark of many diseases of the brain. Specific imaging of cells and molecules that contribute to cerebral inflammation is therefore highly desirable, both for research and in clinical application. The 18 kDa translocator protein (T...