... was therefore an electrophysiological phenomenon with the electroencephalograph at its helm. Tellenbach's description of " ... Landolt concluded that forced normalization is "the phenomenon characterized by the fact that, with the occurrence of psychotic ... In neuropsychiatry, a forced normalization (FN) is a specific phenomenon. ...
This phenomenon is believed to be mediated by extracellular vesicles and potentially other factors [18]. Successful ... reprogramming was determined by performing histology and electrophysiological tests to confirm the tissue behaved as functional ...
Indeed, it is not always possible in practice to assign a particular episode of any given phenomenon to one or the other, given ... regard sleep onset hypnagogia as a state distinct from both wakefulness and sleep with unique electrophysiological, behavioral ... The latter two phenomena are themselves separate sleep conditions that are sometimes experienced during the hypnagogic state.[ ... Hypnagogic phenomena may be interpreted as visions, prophecies, premonitions, apparitions and inspiration (artistic or divine ...
Other classical electrophysiological techniques include single channel recording and amperometry. Electrophysiological ... Studies using these setups have been able to study dynamical phenomena like electroporation of membranes and ion translocation ... With this electrophysiological approach, proteoliposomes, membrane vesicles, or membrane fragments containing the channel or ... The various "ExG" modes are as follows: Optical electrophysiological techniques were created by scientists and engineers to ...
... (ABE) is an electrophysiological phenomenon whereby a neuron fires action potentials in response to ...
36 years before the description of electrophysiological phenomena by Galvani. 1755: Mémoire où l'on rend compte de quelques ...
Bioelectromagnetism is mostly studied via electrophysiological techniques. Some of the electrophysiological monitoring methods ... Bioelectromagnetic medicine deals with the phenomenon of resonance signaling and discusses how specific frequencies modulate ... Other electrophysiological monitoring techniques such as evoked spinal cord potential (ESCP), somatosensory evoked potential ( ...
... potentials looks at neuronal theta rhythm oscillations that can be used to represent electrophysiological phenomena and various ...
... was an American psychologist recognized for his innovation in instrumentation and measurement of electrophysiological phenomena ...
On the electrophysiological level, there are various phenomena which alter the response characteristics of individual synapses ... Recent studies of 'grandmother cell' and sparse coding phenomena develop and modify these ideas. The single cell experiments ...
"Phenomena: Not Exactly Rocket Science How Chickens Lost Their Penises (And Ducks Kept Theirs)". Phenomena.nationalgeographic. ... coprodeum have the electrophysiological properties and microstructure of other birds?". Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology ... overbrooding The not uncommon phenomenon of birds continuing to brood eggs that are not viable and will not hatch, sometimes ... sexual dimorphism The common phenomenon amongst birds in which males and females of the same species exhibit different ...
In an open field, one might be able to hear a gliding RP when a plane flies over [1]. In music, the phenomenon is sometimes ... RP has been subject of various studies, both psychophysical, electrophysiological and behavioural. Bilsen, F.A (1966). " ... Therefore, this perceptual phenomenon has been named Repetition Pitch (RP). In general, the perceived RP (expressed in Hz- ... the phenomenon often causes an unwanted coloration of the original sound. See Repetition Pitch for various sound demos. Blind ...
The scintillating scotoma of migraine in humans may be related to the neurophysiologic phenomenon termed the spreading ... Cortical spreading depression (CSD) or spreading depolarization is a wave of electrophysiological hyperactivity followed by a ... Spreading depolarization describes a phenomenon characterized by the appearance of depolarization waves of the neurons and ...
Electrophysiological analysis demonstrates that the amplitude of NMDA-mediated fEPSPs are reduced by diphenidine and ketamine ... Anecdotal reports describe high doses of diphenidine producing "bizarre somatosensory phenomena and transient anterograde ...
This finding cast a new light on the phenomenon of drug addiction, as a process where maladaptive learning plays a role. ... Subsequent studies have combined electrophysiological, optogenetic, molecular, and behavioral techniques to determine the long- ...
In 1924, esteemed psychologist Gordon Allport wrote a chapter on the neural bases of social phenomenon in his textbook of ... In nonhuman animals, direct electrophysiological recordings and electrical stimulation of single cells and neuronal populations ... which attributed cerebral lateralization to the peculiarities of social psychological phenomenon. Isolated pockets of social ... cognitive neuroscience research emerged in the late 1980s to the mid-1990s, mostly using single-unit electrophysiological ...
Studies based on perception do not give the full picture of the understanding of visual phenomena, so the electrophysiological ...
... "rogue phenomena", which the authors argue exist in near-death experiences, psychophysiological influence, automatism, memory, ... raising fund for supporting laboratory research in psychophysiology and techniques and tools for electrophysiological research ... he first formed the conviction about the importance and viability of a psychobiological approach to the study of psi phenomena ... Kelly's research interests include mind-brain issues and cognitive neuroscience with a focus on phenomena (e.g. from ...
They relate almost entirely to electrical phenomena, such as the magnetic rotation of light, the action of gas batteries, the ... Nine memoirs, entitled Electro-Physiological Researches, were published in the Philosophical Transactions, 1845-1860. See ...
Synaptic plasticity is among the electrophysiological phenomena used to control the efficiency of synaptic transmission, long- ...
... is able to represent realistic electrophysiological phenomena at least for what concerns the transmembrane potential V m {\ ... "Detailed Anatomical and Electrophysiological Models of Human Atria and Torso for the Simulation of Atrial Activation". PLOS ONE ... especially for large scale phenomena such as re-entry or body surface potential, the collective behaviour of the cells is more ... which are however very relevant to realistically simulate cardiac phenomena. On the other hand, microscopic models try to ...
... model of the visual thalamocortical system of the cat which accurately replicates multi-scale electrophysiological phenomena ...
"Regularly Occurring Periods of Eye Motility and Concomitant Phenomena during Sleep." Science 118: 273-274. Dement, W.C. and N. ... The discovery that dreams take place primarily during a distinctive electrophysiological state of sleep (REM), which can be ... rather than an occasional phenomenon, and that it is a high-frequency activity within each sleep period occurring at ... "Regularly occurring periods of eye motility and concomitant phenomena, during sleep". Science. 118 (3062): 273-274. doi:10.1126 ...
Arvanitaki and her husband Chalazonitis both explored the methodology of electrophysiological activity of the nervous system of ... the activity of a single nerve fibre can generate activity in a nearby nerve fibre a phenomenon she named ephaptic coupling. ...
Although the phenomenon we now call dielectrophoresis was described in passing as far back as the early 20th century, it was ... Furthermore, a study of the change in DEP force as a function of frequency can allow the electrical (or electrophysiological in ... Play media Dielectrophoresis (DEP) is a phenomenon in which a force is exerted on a dielectric particle when it is subjected to ... Phenomena associated with dielectrophoresis are electrorotation and traveling wave dielectrophoresis (TWDEP). These require ...
... an electrophysiological phenomenon of the central nervous system, which received his name. Leão was born in Rio de Janeiro in ... after the convulsive phenomena, and was the first to identify the important phenomenon of a decrease of the excitability, ... The phenomenon was named Leão's wave and brought him great attention after this work was published in 1944 in one of the main ...
Qualia is the phenomenon of consciousness experience and a subject of much interest in both science and philosophy, which may ... Perceptual state "switching" in binocular rivalry has been extensively studied in electrophysiological research. Data from ... A famous example of the phenomenon as described by Giambattista della Porta in the sixteenth-century, was to try reading two ... Precisely why quantum mechanics is applied to this biological phenomenon is left amply unaccounted for in the proposed model. ...
... she worked on an electrophysiological analysis of the phenomenon of cortical spreading depression in the cerebral cortex. This ... phenomenon has been recognized as playing an important role in migraine, stroke and other cortical pathology. Her contributions ...
Psychical Phenomena and the Physical World. Foreword by Sir George Joy. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1973. Apparitions (with Celia ... Electrophysiological data' (1996). Personality and Individual Differences, 21, 749-758. 'Hallucinations and arousability: ... This argues that the phenomena provide empirical support for the theory of representationalism as against that of direct ... linking the phenomena of psychosis, such as hallucinations and delusions, to arousability, Stage 1 sleep and dreams. The first ...
These electrophysiological ions bind to receptors on the receiving cell causing downstream effects result from one or a ... In shoots, growth occurs in the opposite direction, a phenomenon known as negative gravitropism. Poplar stems can detect ... Plant ecophysiology describes this phenomenon. The concepts of plant perception, communication, and intelligence have parallels ... These electrophysiological signals are constituted by gradient fluxes of ions such as H+, K+, Cl−, Na+, and Ca2+ but it is also ...
Electrophysiological recording and stimulation can take place either across the network or locally via an MEA, and the network ... Nevertheless, plasticity in neuronal networks is a phenomenon that is well-established in the neuroscience community, and one ... The communication can be, and usually is, bidirectional; researchers can both record electrophysiological data from a live ...
These are also called a stereotyped electrophysiological response to a stimulus. They are called somatosensory evoked ... visualization an interdisciplinary branch of science primarily concerned with the visualization of three-dimensional phenomena ... His specialization includes the statistical analysis of electrophysiological measurements, neuroimaging (fMRI, EEG and MEG ... tomography), nonlinear dynamical modeling of brain functions including software and electrophysiological equipment development ...
"Phenomena: Not Exactly Rocket Science How Chickens Lost Their Penises (And Ducks Kept Theirs)". Phenomena.nationalgeographic. ... coprodeum have the electrophysiological properties and microstructure of other birds?". Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology ...
... or other electrophysiological recording method.[13]:117 ... Uhthoff's phenomenon. Investigations and diagnosis. *Multiple ...
Electrophysiological monitoring method to record electrical activity of the brain. Not to be confused with other types of ... Niedermeyer, E. (1997). "Alpha rhythms as physiological and abnormal phenomena". International Journal of Psychophysiology. 26 ... Electroencephalography (EEG) is an electrophysiological monitoring method to record electrical activity on the scalp that has ... In 1875, Richard Caton (1842-1926), a physician practicing in Liverpool, presented his findings about electrical phenomena of ...
Earth's atmosphere, water, and virtually any physical phenomenon, such as fire, rain, wind, surf, or earthquake, produces (and ... electrophysiological evidence of streaming?". Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 108 (2): 131-142. doi: ... This was later proven wrong and the French mathematician Laplace corrected the formula by deducing that the phenomenon of sound ... "Gestalt phenomena in musical texture", Journal of New Music Research, 26 (4): 277-314, doi:10.1080/09298219708570732, archived ...
1992). Practical Electrophysiological Methods: A Guide for In Vitro Studies in Vertebrate Neurobiology. New York: Wiley. ISBN ... In general, while this simple description of action potential initiation is accurate, it does not explain phenomena such as ...
This phenomenon is best seen in local field potentials which reflect the synchronous activity of local groups of neurons, but ... Llinas RR (1988). "The Intrinsic electrophysiological properties of mammalian neurons: A new insight into CNS function". ...
... while another reported that OFC epilepsy was associated auras involving somatosensory phenomenon and fear.[67][68][69] ... The representation of task states is supported by electrophysiological evidence demonstrating that the OFC responds to a ... While most of these theories explain certain aspects of electrophysiological observations and lesion related changes in ...
The mind considered by itself is seen as the principal gateway to a different spectrum of phenomena that differ from the ... Detection of audio-visual integration sites in humans by application of electrophysiological criteria to the BOLD effect. ... There is a rare phenomenon when it comes to the Gustatory sense. It is called Lexical-Gustatory Synesthesia. Lexical-Gustatory ... Such physiological and cognitive functions are generally not believed to give rise to mental phenomena or qualia, however, as ...
Following a phenomenon labelled the 'spatial rule', neurons are excited if stimuli from multiple modalities fall on the same or ... Mar 1997). "Electrophysiological evidence for cross-modal plasticity in humans with early- and late-onset blindness". ... Some types of EVP - electronic voice phenomenon, mainly the ones using sound bubbles are considered a kind of modern ... Some of the mechanisms mediating this phenomenon and its subsequent effects on cognitive and behavioural processes will be ...
The EPFX -- which stands for Electro Physiological Feedback Xrroid -- claims to help everything from stress to Alzheimer's ...
The Consensus Connectome Dynamics (CCD) is a remarkable phenomenon that was discovered by continuously decreasing the minimum ... Experimental techniques such as direct electrophysiological recording, fluorescence imaging using calcium indicators and ...
While not a disorder, a common temporary failure of word retrieval from memory is the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon. Sufferers ... behavioral and electrophysiological indices". Psychol Sci. 14 (6): 629-35. doi:10.1046/j.0956-7976.2003.psci_1476.x. PMID ... In general, the more emotionally charged an event or experience is, the better it is remembered; this phenomenon is known as ... Knowing Latin, for instance, can help an individual learn a related language such as French - this phenomenon is known as ...
Pharmapoo and electrophysiological properties of GABAA channel subtypes". Mol. Neurobiol. 18 (1): 35-86. doi:10.1007/BF02741459 ... According to the excitatory GABA theory, this phenomenon is due to increased intracellular concentration of Cl¯ ions either ...
Phenomena such as photophobia, which describes the event in which light is perceived as an intense glare, and photopsia, the ... "Restoring Visual Function to Blind Mice with a Photoswitch that Exploits Electrophysiological Remodeling of Retinal Ganglion ...
Electrophysiological procedures include electrocardiogram, cardiac monitoring, cardiac stress testing, and the ... The term is usually used to describe studies of such phenomena by invasive (intracardiac) catheter recording of spontaneous ... Then blood tests, electrophysiological procedures, and cardiac imaging can be ordered for further analysis. ...
Acute cholinergic toxicity; Dose-dependent accumulation in cortex, midbrain, and vermis; Electrophysiological changes in ... "the phenomenon was very limited spatially and the total uranium concentrations fell within the natural range of the element in ...
Epiphenomenalism is the theory in philosophy of mind that mental phenomena are caused by physical processes in the brain or ... Furthermore, neural circuits supporting behavioral/electrophysiological states of attentiveness, sleep and decision making ... Instead of adopting a form of eliminativism or mental fictionalism, positions that deny that inner mental phenomena exist, a ... Moreover, consciousness is not a black-or-white, all-or-nothing type of phenomenon, as is often assumed. The differences ...
The calcium binds to the calcium release channels (RYRs) in the SR, opening them; this phenomenon is called "calcium-induced ... The β subunit acts as an important modulator of channel electrophysiological properties. Until very recently, the interaction ...
New models, such as the soliton model attempt to explain these phenomena, but are less developed than older models and have yet ... Note that although the electrophysiological signals in Fig.6 are often similar to the functional signal (signal power / ... The shortcomings of the model is its inability to reflect properly the following phenomena: *The edge emphasizing property of ... of this interpretation is that it leads to a unit consistent explanation which allows to bridge between electrophysiological ...
Electrophysiological evidence from the late 1970s has shown that there is no direct retinal input from S-cones to the superior ... A similar phenomenon was also discovered in humans. Subjects who had suffered damage to their visual cortices due to accidents ... However, some of these people still experience the blindsight phenomenon,[21] though this too is controversial, with some ... Another explanation for the phenomenon of blindsight is that even though the majority of a person's visual cortex may be ...
The calcium binds to the calcium release channels (RYRs) in the SR, opening them; this phenomenon is called "calcium-induced ... The β subunit acts as an important modulator of channel electrophysiological properties. ...
... is a fascinating but elusive phenomenon: it is impossible to specify what it is, what it does, or why it has ... a measure of the algorithmic complexity of the electrophysiological response of the cortex to transcranial magnetic stimulation ... It even happens in a scientist who analyses various phenomena in the world, or analyses the material body including the organ ... At the present time many scientists and philosophers consider the arguments for an important role of quantum phenomena to be ...
"Atrial flutter EKG can be useless without the proper electrophysiological basis". International Journal of Cardiology. 179: 68- ... same depolarization would produce minimal deflection in V1 and V2 because the vectors are perpendicular and this phenomenon is ...
The phenomenon has been observed in birds and aquatic mammals,[68] as well as in several reptilian species (the latter being ... The electrophysiological study of sleep in small invertebrates is complicated. Insects go through circadian rhythms of activity ... Sleep as a phenomenon appears to have very old evolutionary roots. Unicellular organisms do not necessarily "sleep", although ... Mammals have wide diversity in sleep phenomena. Generally, they go through periods of alternating non-REM and REM sleep, but ...
The neural substrates that underlie the perception of reward and the phenomenon of positive reinforcement are a set of ... Clarke, Hommer D.W., Pert A., Skirboll L.R. (1985). "Electrophysiological actions of nicotine on substantia nigra single units ...
"For his statistical inquiries into biological phenomena.". 1887. ألكسندر كلارك [الإنجليزية]. علم شكل الأرض ومساحتها. "For his ... "for his outstanding and original contributions to electrophysiological, computational and psychophysical study of visual ... "For his researches in the kinetic theory of gases, in terrestrial magnetism and in the phenomena of the upper atmosphere.". ... "In recognition of his distinguished researches on queuing theory, on regenerative phenomena, and on mathematical genetics.". ...
This phenomenon is known mainly as the cross-race effect, but is also called the own-race effect, other-race effect, own race ... Using fMRI with single-unit electrophysiological recordings, Doris Tsao's group revealed[53] a code that brain uses to process ... For the psychological phenomena of seeing faces in inanimate objects, see Pareidolia. For computer-based facial perception, see ... Studies using electrophysiological techniques have demonstrated gender-related differences during a face recognition memory ( ...