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mGluR1-mediated potentiation of NMDA receptors involves a rise in intracellular calcium and activation of protein kinase C
Potentiation of ionotropic glutamate receptor activity by metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGluRs) is thought to modulate activity at glutamatergic synapses in the hippocampus. However, the preciseExpand
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Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Applied to Heschl's Gyrus Modulates Pitch Discrimination
The neural basis of the human brain's ability to discriminate pitch has been investigated by functional neuroimaging and the study of lesioned brains, indicating the critical importance of right andExpand
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Structural white matter changes in descending motor tracts correlate with improvements in motor impairment after undergoing a treatment course of tDCS and physical therapy
Motor impairment after stroke has been related to the structural and functional integrity of corticospinal tracts including multisynaptic motor fibers and tracts such as the cortico-rubral-spinal andExpand
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Shyness and emotional face processing in schizophrenia: An ERP study
Shyness in healthy controls has been related to early event-related potential (ERP) responses to emotional faces. Patients with schizophrenia typically demonstrate increased shyness that is stableExpand
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Ultrasoft microwire neural electrodes improve chronic tissue integration.
Chronically implanted neural multi-electrode arrays (MEA) are an essential technology for recording electrical signals from neurons and/or modulating neural activity through stimulation. However,Expand
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An ERP study of category priming: Evidence of early lexical semantic access
We investigated the effects of lexical semantic access on early components of high-density ERPs. Participants performed five blocks of a standard lexical decision (LD) task in which visuallyExpand
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Shyness and the first 100 ms of emotional face processing
Although shyness is presumed to be related to an increased sensitivity to detect motivationally salient social stimuli, we know little of how shyness affects the early perception of facial emotions.Expand
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Genome-wide copy-number variation study of psychosis in Alzheimer's disease
About 40–60% of patients with late-onset Alzheimer’s disease (AD) develop psychosis, which represents a distinct phenotype of more severe cognitive and functional deficits. The estimated heritabilityExpand
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Telling one face from another: Electrocortical correlates of facial characteristics among individual female faces
Research investigating the neural correlates of face processing has emphasized differences in neural activity when participants view faces versus other stimulus categories (e.g., houses). Much lessExpand
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Putting a face in its place: in- and out-group membership alters the N170 response.
Two mechanisms have been proposed to account for the difficulty in recognizing faces of other racial groups (the other-race effect; ORE): perceptual expertise and social cognitive factors. FocusingExpand
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