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A prospective functional MR imaging study of mild traumatic brain injury in college football players.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Although concussion is common among athletes, evidence-based methods for clinical evaluation, treatment, and recovery are lacking. We used a prospective, functionalExpand
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Brain networks underlying human timing behavior are influenced by prior context.
The continuation paradigm is often used to investigate the behavioral and neural mechanisms of timing. Typically, a movement rate is established by pacing with a metronome. Then, the metronome isExpand
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Dynamic Emotional and Neural Responses to Music Depend on Performance Expression and Listener Experience
Apart from its natural relevance to cognition, music provides a window into the intimate relationships between production, perception, experience, and emotion. Here, emotional responses and neuralExpand
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Neural Responses to Complex Auditory Rhythms: The Role of Attending
The aim of this study was to explore the role of attention in pulse and meter perception using complex rhythms. We used a selective attention paradigm in which participants attended to either aExpand
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Functional MRI reveals the existence of modality and coordination-dependent timing networks
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We investigate the role of stimulus modality and coordination pattern in determining the brain areas recruited for performance of a self-paced rhythmic timing task. Expand
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Cortical and subcortical networks underlying syncopated and synchronized coordination revealed using fMRI. Functional magnetic resonance imaging.
Inherent differences in difficulty between on the beat (synchronization) and off the beat (syncopation) coordination modes are well known. Synchronization is typically quite easy and, once begun, mayExpand
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Spatiotemporal analysis of the neuromagnetic response to rhythmic auditory stimulation: rate dependence and transient to steady-state transition
OBJECTIVE Whole head magnetoencephalography was used to investigate the spatiotemporal dynamics of neuromagnetic brain activity associated with rhythmic auditory stimulation. METHODS In order toExpand
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Neural substrates of real and imagined sensorimotor coordination.
Much debate in the behavioral literature focuses on the relative contribution of motor and perceptual processes in mediating coordinative stability. To a large degree, such debate has proceededExpand
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A parametric fMRI investigation of context effects in sensorimotor timing and coordination
Mounting evidence suggests that information derived from environmental and behavioral sources is represented and maintained in the brain in a context-dependent manner. Here we investigate whetherExpand
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Practice-dependent modulation of neural activity during human sensorimotor coordination: a functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging study
We investigated the degree to which differences in the pattern of blood oxygen level dependent activity (BOLD) between syncopated and synchronized coordination patterns are altered by practice.Expand
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