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Neurofeedback Treatment for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children: A Comparison with Methylphenidate
It is suggested that neurofeedback was efficient in improving some of the behavioral concomitants of ADHD in children whose parents favored a nonpharmacological treatment.
Reorganization of Motor and Somatosensory Cortex in Upper Extremity Amputees with Phantom Limb Pain
Enhanced plasticity in both the motor and somatosensory domains in amputees with phantom limb pain is shown, with a high correlation between the magnitude of the shift of the cortical representation of the mouth into the hand area in motor and motor cortex and phantom limbPain.
Effects of Regional Anesthesia on Phantom Limb Pain Are Mirrored in Changes in Cortical Reorganization
Findings suggest that cortical reorganization and phantom limb pain might have a causal relationship and methods designed to alter corticalorganization should be examined for their efficacy in the treatment of phantom limbPain.
Mapping P300 waves onto inhibition: Go/No-Go discrimination.
It is suggested that the source of augmented No-Go P300s is a generator involved with sensorimotor inhibition, and the mechanism of P300 waves and evidence linking these waves with inhibition in other task arrangements is discussed.
Frontal brain asymmetry as a biological substrate of emotions in patients with panic disorders.
The hypothesis that patients with panic disorder are characterized by greater activation of a right frontal avoidance-withdrawal system in negatively valenced situations is supported.
Nouns and verbs in the intact brain: evidence from event-related potentials and high-frequency cortical responses.
Lesion evidence indicates that words from different lexical categories, such as nouns and verbs, may have different cortical counterparts. In this study, processing of nouns and verbs was
Spatiotemporal organization of brain dynamics and intelligence: an EEG study in adolescents.
The results suggest that order to chaos ratio in task-related brain dynamics may be one of the biological factors underlying individual differences in cognitive abilities in adolescents.
Cortical self-regulation in patients with epilepsies
Investigation of the regulation of excitability in cortical networks, as indicated by surface-negative slow cortical potentials (SCPs), is impaired in epileptic patients and to what extent training of SCP self-regulation by means of biofeedback and instrumental learning procedures might affect seizure frequency found significant increases in SCP control.
Right-Hemisphere Dominance for the Processing of Sound-Source Lateralization
Both mismatch dipole latencies at the supratemporal plane and gamma-band activity in posterior parietotemporal areas suggested a right hemisphere engagement in the processing of bidirectional sound-source shifts, in contrast, left-hemisphere regions responded predominantly to contralateral events.
Magnetoencephalographic gamma-band responses to illusory triangles in humans
Findings suggest that illusory triangles are encoded in parallel by networks along the visual ventral and dorsal streams in line with functional brain imaging findings.