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Abnormalities of Neuronal Oscillations and Temporal Integration to Low- and High-Frequency Auditory Stimulation in Schizophrenia
BACKGROUND Electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography studies indicate among schizophrenia patients (SZ) abnormal, often reduced, entrained steady-state (aSSR) and transient (N100/M100) neuralExpand
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Endogenous Sequential Cortical Activity Evoked by Visual Stimuli
Although the functional properties of individual neurons in primary visual cortex have been studied intensely, little is known about how neuronal groups could encode changing visual stimuli usingExpand
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Identification of Distinct Psychosis Biotypes Using Brain-Based Biomarkers.
OBJECTIVE Clinical phenomenology remains the primary means for classifying psychoses despite considerable evidence that this method incompletely captures biologically meaningful differentiations.Expand
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Identification of Distinct Psychosis Biotypes Using Brain-Based Biomarkers.
(Reprinted with permission from American Journal of Psychiatry 2016; 173:373-384).
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Somatostatin Interneurons Control a Key Component of Mismatch Negativity in Mouse Visual Cortex.
Patients with schizophrenia have deficient sensory processing, undermining how they perceive and relate to a changing environment. This impairment can be captured by the reduced mismatch negativityExpand
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Preparatory Activations across a Distributed Cortical Network Determine Production of Express Saccades in Humans
Reaction time variability across trials to identical stimuli may arise from both ongoing and transient neural processes occurring before trial onset. These processes were examined with dense-arrayExpand
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Reliable and Elastic Propagation of Cortical Seizures In Vivo.
Mapping the fine-scale neural activity that underlies epilepsy is key to identifying potential control targets of this frequently intractable disease. Yet, the detailed in vivo dynamics of seizureExpand
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Augmented gamma band auditory steady-state responses: Support for NMDA hypofunction in schizophrenia
Individuals with schizophrenia (SZ) have deviations in auditory perception perhaps attributable to altered neural oscillatory response properties in thalamo-cortical and/or local cortico-corticalExpand
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Altered Cortical Ensembles in Mouse Models of Schizophrenia
In schizophrenia, brain-wide alterations have been identified at the molecular and cellular levels, yet how these phenomena affect cortical circuit activity remains unclear. We studied two mouseExpand
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Neural Activations During Auditory Oddball Processing Discriminating Schizophrenia and Psychotic Bipolar Disorder
BACKGROUND Reduced amplitude of the P300 event-related potential in auditory oddball tasks may characterize schizophrenia (SZ) but is also reported in bipolar disorder. Similarity of auditoryExpand
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