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Bilateral hippocampal dysfunction in schizophrenia
The hippocampus has long been known to be important for memory, with the right hippocampus particularly implicated in nonverbal/visuo-spatial memory and the left in verbal/narrative or episodicExpand
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Exaggerated reaction to novelty as a subclinical consequence of mild traumatic brain injury
Abstract Objectives: To evaluate exaggerated reaction to novelty as a behavioural marker of sub-clinical cognitive dysfunction in individuals with a history of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).Expand
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ERP correlates of the decision time-IQ relationship: The role of complexity in task- and brain-IQ effects
Abstract Relatively little is known about the dynamic neural processes most critical to chronometric effects, and the ways in which task demands influence their various contributions to intelligence.Expand
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Neurocognitive and neurophysiological correlates of motor planning during familiar and novel contexts.
OBJECTIVE Research suggests that behavioral indices of motor planning (i.e., latencies that precede motor output) (a) relate to processing speed (PS) and executive functioning (EF), but not workingExpand
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Working memory performance inversely predicts spontaneous delta and theta-band scaling relations
Electrophysiological studies have strongly implicated theta-band activity in human working memory processes. Concurrently, work on spontaneous, non-task-related oscillations has revealed the presenceExpand
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Intelligence and Uncertainty: Implications of Hierarchical Predictive Processing for the Neuroscience of Cognitive Ability
  • Matthew J. Euler
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
  • 25 August 2018
HighlightsPredictive processing (PP) is a new candidate paradigm for neurobehavioral research.PP has not been applied to the neuroscience of intelligence.PP accommodates key psychometric,Expand
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Reliable activation to novel stimuli predicts higher fluid intelligence
The ability to reliably respond to stimuli could be an important biological determinant of differences in fluid intelligence (Gf). However, most electrophysiological studies of Gf employExpand
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Changes in Dimensionality and Fractal Scaling Suggest Soft-Assembled Dynamics in Human EEG
Humans are high-dimensional, complex systems consisting of many components that must coordinate in order to perform even the simplest of activities. Many behavioral studies, especially in theExpand
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It’s about time: The role of temporal variability in improving assessment of executive functioning
Abstract Objective: Executive Functioning (EF) is a group of cognitive abilities related to one’s capacity to engage in and maintain goal-oriented behaviours and is one of the most importantExpand
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Neural anticipatory mechanisms predict faster reaction times and higher fluid intelligence.
Higher cognitive ability is reliably linked to better performance on chronometric tasks (i.e., faster reaction times, RT), yet the neural basis of these effects remains unclear. AnticipatoryExpand