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Frequency-specific mechanism links human brain networks for spatial attention
Significance Humans have the remarkable ability to flexibly attend to stimuli in the environment and seamlessly shift behaviors, depending on sensory conditions and internal goals. NeuroimagingExpand
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Mapping human temporal and parietal neuronal population activity and functional coupling during mathematical cognition
Significance Humans have the unique ability to perform exact mental arithmetic, which derives from the association of symbols (e.g., “3”) with discrete quantities. Using direct intracranialExpand
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Neural Correlates of Visual–Spatial Attention in Electrocorticographic Signals in Humans
Attention is a cognitive selection mechanism that allocates the limited processing resources of the brain to the sensory streams most relevant to our immediate goals, thereby enhancing responsivenessExpand
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Characterization of the effects of the human dura on macro- and micro-electrocorticographic recordings.
OBJECTIVE Electrocorticography (ECoG) electrodes implanted on the surface of the brain have recently emerged as a potential signal platform for brain-computer interface (BCI) systems. While clinicalExpand
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Distinct phase-amplitude couplings distinguish cognitive processes in human attention
&NA; Spatial attention is the cognitive function that coordinates the selection of visual stimuli with appropriate behavioral responses. Recent studies have reported that phase‐amplitude couplingExpand
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Intracranial Electrophysiology of the Human Default Network
The human default network (DN) plays a critical role in internally directed cognition, behavior, and neuropsychiatric disease. Despite much progress with functional neuroimaging, persistent questionsExpand
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Brain Mechanisms of Arithmetic: A Crucial Role for Ventral Temporal Cortex
Elementary arithmetic requires a complex interplay between several brain regions. The classical view, arising from fMRI, is that the intraparietal sulcus (IPS) and the superior parietal lobe (SPL)Expand
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Decoding covert spatial attention using electrocorticographic (ECoG) signals in humans
This study shows that electrocorticographic (ECoG) signals recorded from the surface of the brain provide detailed information about shifting of visual attention and its directional orientation inExpand
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Environmental experience within and across testing days determines the strength of human visuomotor adaptation
The use of vision allows us to guide and modify our movements by appropriately transforming external sensory information into proper motor commands. We investigated how people learned visuomotorExpand
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Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of neural responses in human posteromedial cortex
  • A. Daitch, J. Parvizi
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 16 April 2018
Significance The default mode network (DMN) is active both during the resting state and during internally directed cognition (e.g., remembering a past event) but is suppressed during focusedExpand
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