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When Your Gain Is My Pain and Your Pain Is My Gain: Neural Correlates of Envy and Schadenfreude
We often evaluate the self and others from social comparisons. We feel envy when the target person has superior and self-relevant characteristics. Schadenfreude occurs when envied persons fall fromExpand
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A cross-national EEG study of children with emotional and behavioral problems: A WHO collaborative study in the Western Pacific region
Electroencephalograms (EEGs) of children from the general population, assessed by Rutter's questionnaires as having deviant behavior, were quantitatively evaluated in Japan (n = 27), China (n = 39),Expand
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Functional MRI mapping of brain activation during visually guided saccades and antisaccades: cortical and subcortical networks
Antisaccade tasks require a subject to inhibit a saccade toward a briefly appearing peripheral target and instead to immediately generate a saccade to an equivalent point in the opposite hemifield.Expand
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Age development and sex differences of various EEG elements in healthy children and adults--quantification by a computerized wave form recognition method.
The EEGs of 1416 healthy subjects aged 6-39 years were recorded and 1 min of background activity from Fp1, C3 and O1, was analyzed by a computerized wave form recognition method. Age development andExpand
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Brain activations during judgments of positive self-conscious emotion and positive basic emotion: pride and joy.
We aimed to investigate the neural correlates associated with judgments of a positive self-conscious emotion, pride, and elucidate the difference between pride and a basic positive emotion, joy, atExpand
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Men and women show distinct brain activations during imagery of sexual and emotional infidelity
TLDR
We aimed to elucidate the neural response to sentences depicting sexual and emotional infidelity in men and women using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Expand
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Separate Processing of Different Global-Motion Structures in Visual Cortex Is Revealed by fMRI
The visual system has the remarkable ability to extract several types of meaningful global-motion signals, such as radial motion, translation motion, and rotation, for different visual functions andExpand
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A Multicenter Study on the Prevalence of Psychiatric Disorders among New Referrals for Epilepsy in Japan
Summary:  Purpose: To investigate the prevalence rate and risk factors of psychiatric disorders among new referrals for epilepsy, a multicenter study was conducted by using the International LeagueExpand
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Prevalence of complex sleep apnea among Japanese patients with sleep apnea syndrome.
Sleep apnea syndrome (SAS) is basically divided into two types: obstructive and central SAS. Recently, the concept of complex SAS has been advocated. Complex SAS is defined as SAS that initiallyExpand
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Effectiveness of pramipexole, a dopamine agonist, on rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder.
Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder (RBD) is parasomnia characterized by REM sleep without atonia (RWA) and elaborate motor activity in association with dream mentation. Periodic legExpand
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