Seung-Hyun Jin

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OBJECTIVE The aim of the present study is to assess information transmission between different cortical areas in schizophrenics by estimating the average cross mutual information (A-CMI) and to characterize the dynamical property of the cortical areas of schizophrenic patients from multi-channel EEG by establishing the auto mutual information (AMI). (More)
We investigated the reliability of nodal network metrics of functional connectivity (FC) networks of magnetoencephalography (MEG) covering the whole brain at the sensor level in the eyes-closed (EC) and eyes-open (EO) resting states. Mutual information (MI) was employed as a measure of FC between sensors in theta, alpha, beta, and gamma frequency bands of(More)
OBJECTIVE To propose a model-free method to show linear and nonlinear information flow based on time-delayed mutual information (TDMI) by employing uni- and bi-variate surrogate tests and to investigate whether there are contributions of the nonlinear information flow in corticomuscular (CM) interaction. METHODS Using simulated data, we tested whether our(More)
The aim of the present study was to investigate functional connectivity in focal hand dystonia patients to understand the pathophysiology underlying their abnormality in movement. We recorded EEGs from 58 electrodes in 15 focal hand dystonia patients and 15 healthy volunteers during rest and a simple finger-tapping task that did not induce any dystonic(More)
The purpose of the present study was to investigate differences in neural information transmission between gifted and normal children involved in scientific hypothesis generation. To investigate changes in the amount of information transmission, the children's averaged-cross mutual information (A-CMI) of EEGs was estimated during their generation of(More)
OBJECTIVES Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is thought to be a brain network disorder. This study aimed to examine the resting-state functional connectivity (FC) in patients with PTSD. METHODS Thirty-three PTSD patients and 30 age- and gender-matched healthy controls were recruited. Symptom severity of the PTSD patients was assessed, and 62-channel(More)
BACKGROUND An understanding of the neurophysiological mechanisms underlying alcohol craving is important in the effective treatment of alcohol dependence. The aim of this study was to examine the utility of the electroencephalogram (EEG) to measure the changes in electrical brain activity of alcoholics when exposed to alcohol-specific cues. METHODS(More)
A functional measure of brain organization is the efficiency of functional connectivity. The degree of functional connectivity can differ during a task compared to the rest, and to study this issue, we investigated the functional connectivity networks in healthy subjects during a simple, right-handed, sequential finger-tapping task using graph theoretic(More)
To investigate the changes of cortico-cortical connectivity during odor stimulation of subjects classified by occupation, the mutual information content of EEGs was examined for general workers, perfume salespersons and professional perfume researchers. Analysis of the averaged-cross mutual information content (A-CMI) from the EEGs revealed that among the(More)
We investigated the large-scale functional cortical connectivity network in focal hand dystonia (FHD) patients using graph theoretic measures to assess efficiency. High-resolution EEGs were recorded in 15 FHD patients and 15 healthy volunteers at rest and during a simple sequential finger tapping task. Mutual information (MI) values of wavelet coefficients(More)