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Optimization of an independent component analysis approach for artifact identification and removal in magnetoencephalographic signals
OBJECTIVE To propose a noise reduction procedure for magnetoencephalography (MEG) signals introducing an automatic detection system of artifactual components (ICs) separated by an independentExpand
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Carpal tunnel syndrome modifies sensory hand cortical somatotopy: A MEG study
The adult somatosensory system has shown reorganizational abilities at cortical and subcortical levels after peripheral nerve lesions. In the present study the effects of carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS)Expand
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Somatosensory processing during movement observation in humans
OBJECTIVES A neural system matching action observation and execution seems to operate in the human brain, but its possible role in processing sensory inputs reaching the cortex during movementExpand
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Mapping distributed sources of cortical rhythms in mild Alzheimer's disease. A multicentric EEG study
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The study aimed at mapping (i) the distributed electroencephalographic (EEG) sources specific for mild Alzheimer's disease (AD) compared to vascular dementia (VaD) or normal elderly people (Nold) and the distributed EEG sources sensitive to the mild AD at different stages of severity. Expand
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Age dependence of primary motor cortex plasticity induced by paired associative stimulation
OBJECTIVE The increase of elderly population prompted growing research for the understanding of cerebral phenomena sustaining learning abilities, with inclusion of long-term potentiation (LTP)-likeExpand
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Developmental Tuning and Decay in Senescence of Oscillations Linking the Corticospinal System
There is increasing evidence of the importance of synchronous activity within the corticospinal system for motor control. We compared oscillatory activity in the primary sensorimotor cortex [EEG ofExpand
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Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation enhances procedural consolidation.
The primary motor cortex (M1) area recruitment enlarges while learning a finger tapping sequence. Also M1 excitability increases during procedural consolidation. Our aim was to investigate whetherExpand
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Electroencephalographic Fractal Dimension in Healthy Ageing and Alzheimer’s Disease
Brain activity is complex; a reflection of its structural and functional organization. Among other measures of complexity, the fractal dimension is emerging as being sensitive to neuronal damageExpand
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Neuroimaging experimental studies on brain plasticity in recovery from stroke.
Topographical cortical organization of sensorimotor area has been shown to be highly plastic, altering his configuration in response to training in different tasks in healthy controls andExpand
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Inhibition of auditory cortical responses to ipsilateral stimuli during dichotic listening: evidence from magnetoencephalography
The present magnetoencephalography (MEG) study on auditory evoked magnetic fields (AEFs) was aimed at verifying whether during dichotic listening the contralateral auditory pathway inhibits theExpand
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