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*  Allen Brain Atlas
This makes the Atlas particularly useful for modeling neurological diseases. The gene expression patterns in normal individuals ... The atlas can show which genes and particular areas are effected in neurological disorders; the action of a gene in a disease ... Extending information learned from mouse diseases will help better the understanding of human neurological disorders. ...
*  Bicameralism (psychology)
Recent neuroimaging studies provide new evidence for Jaynes's neurological model (e.g., auditory hallucinations arising in the ... Kuijsten, Marcel (2009). "New Evidence for Jaynes's Neurological Model: A Research Update". The Jaynesian. 3:1. Olin, Robert ( ... When bicamerality as a method of social control was no longer adaptive in complex civilizations, this mental model was replaced ... The 2016 sci-fi television series Westworld invoked bicameralism as the model for the development of consciousness in its ...
*  Kindling model
Neuromethods: Animal Models of Neurological Disease. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press. pp. 153-155. ISBN 0-89603-211-6. PK Sahoo; KI ... The kindling model was first proposed in the late 1960s by Goddard and colleagues. Although kindling is a widely used model, ... However, in both human epilepsy and in some animal models, evidence suggests that a process like that found in kindling does ... doi:10.1111/j.1440-1819.1982.tb03123.x. Abel MS, McCandless DW (1992). "The kindling model of epilepsy". In Adams RN, Baker GB ...
*  Post-traumatic epilepsy
Neuromethods: Animal Models of Neurological Disease. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press. pp. 153-155. ISBN 0-89603-211-6. Menkes JH, ... No animal model has all the characteristics of epileptogenesis in humans, so research efforts aim to identify one. Such a model ... Abel MS, McCandless DW (1992). "The kindling model of epilepsy". In Adams RN, Baker GB, Baker JM, Bateson AN, Boisvert DP, ... People with PTE have follow-up visits, in which health care providers monitor neurological and neuropsychological function and ...
*  Biocybernetics
... cybernetics dealing with neurological models. (Psycho-Cybernetics was the title of a self-help book, and is not a scientific ... neurocybernetics focuses on the study neurological models in organisms). Biocybernetics - the study of an entire living ...
*  Wernicke-Geschwind model
Carl Wernicke created an early neurological model of language, that later was revived by Norman Geschwind. The model is known ... This model is now obsolete. Nevertheless it has been very useful in directing research and organizing research results, because ... The model proposes that Broca's area holds a representation for articulating words. Instructions for speech are sent from ... The localization of speech in Broca's area is one of the weakest points of this model. Tremblay, Pascal; Dick, Anthony Steven ( ...
*  Opponent-process theory
Hurvich & Jameson proposed a neurological model of a general theory of neurological opponent processing in 1974. This led to ... This model proposes that habituation is a neurological holographic wavelet interference of opponent processes that explains ... Opponent-process theory is a psychological and neurological model that accounts for a wide range of behaviors, including color ... American psychologist Benjamin Avendano contributed to this model, by adding a 2 factor model. The opponent-process theory was ...
*  Neurogenomics
Banks, William A. (2010-10-01). "Mouse models of neurological disorders: a view from the blood-brain barrier". Biochimica et ... Alternatively, one can study these variants in model organisms in the context of affected neurological function. It is ... Mice models of the BBB and models of disease states have served well in conceptualizing the BBB as a regulatory interface ... Ongoing genomics research in neurological disorders tends to use animal models (and corresponding gene homologs) to understand ...
*  SHIRPA
The third screening stage is focused on potential animal models of neurological disease. The protocol has been used to test ... June 2001). "SHIRPA, a protocol for behavioral assessment: validation for longitudinal study of neurological dysfunction in ... several mutant mice, including dystrophin-deficient mutants, transgenic models of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Alzheimer's ...
*  Cerebral organoid
The purpose of creating an in vitro neurological model is to study these diseases in a more simple and variable space; free of ... The varying physiology between human and other mammalian models limits the scope of study in neurological disorders. Cerebral ... An in vitro human brain model would allow for the next wave in understanding of the human brain. In addition to being used as ... Naturally, a disease which affects this development would be impossible to show in a model which does not have it to begin with ...
*  Hemispatial neglect
Brandt, Thomas; Dieterich, Marianne; Strupp, Michael; Glasauer, Stefan (2012). "Model Approach to Neurological Variants of ... Giuseppe, Vallar M. (2015). "Spatial Neglect". Journal of Neurological and Neurosurgery Psychiatry. 86 (9): e3.4. doi:10.1136/ ... D'Esposito, edited by Mark (2003). Neurological foundations of cognitive neuroscience ([Online-Ausg.] ed.). Cambridge, Mass.: ...
*  Hyperthymesia
Scientists now need to ascertain if and how these brain areas are connected to establish a coherent neurological model for ... Hyperthymesia is a neurological disorder which leads people to be able to remember much more than the average person. People ... Once cued, the memory is retrieved as episodic and follows a pattern similar to that of a spreading activation model. This is ... An MRI study conducted on AJ provides a plausible argument as to the neurological foundation of her superior memory. Both the ...
*  Dopaminergic pathways
"From reinforcement learning models to psychiatric and neurological disorders". Nat. Neurosci. 14 (2): 154-62. doi:10.1038/nn. ... However, the second model proposes that the actions do not originate in the basal ganglia, and instead originate in the cortex ... The first model suggests a "critic" which encodes value, and an actor which encodes responses to stimuli based on perceived ... These models of the basal ganglia are thought to be relevant to the study of ADHD, Tourette syndrome, Parkinson's Disease, ...
*  Methylazoxymethanol acetate
... , MAM, is a neurotoxin which reduces DNA synthesis used in making animal models of neurological ... In rat models, the specific effect of MAM on neural development depends on the gestational age of the subject. At the ... Prenatal MAM exposure in rats results in a model of brain malformation. In some MAM animals, video-EEG monitoring has ... At the cellular level, dysplastic hippocampal neurons in the MAM model were shown to have reduced potassium current function ...
*  Stem-cell therapy
... neural stem cells has been reported to induce neuroprotection and behavioral recovery in adult rat models of neurological ... Pre-clinical models of Sjögrens syndrome have culminated in allogeneic MSCs implanted around the lacrimal glands in KSC dogs ... Research has been conducted on the effects of stem cells on animal models of brain degeneration, such as in Parkinson's, ... Murphy JM, Fink DJ, Hunziker EB, Barry FP (December 2003). "Stem cell therapy in a caprine model of osteoarthritis". Arthritis ...
*  Cerebral hypoxia
Jun Chen, Zao C. Xu, Xiao-Ming Xu, Animal Models of Acute Neurological Injuries, Humana Press; 1 edition, ISBN 978-1-60327-184- ... National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (2007-02-08). "Cerebral Hypoxia Information Page". U.S. National ... "Hypoxia". The Gale Encyclopedia of Neurological Disorders. The Gale Group, Inc. 2005. Retrieved on 2007-04-13 from Answers.com ... therapy for neonatal encephalopathy applied within 6 hours of cerebral hypoxia effectively improves survival and neurological ...
*  2005
... that they have created mice with small amounts of human brain cells in an effort to make realistic models of neurological ...
*  Language attrition
Yoshitomi attempted to define a model of language attrition that was related to neurological and psychological aspects of ... Yoshitomi, A. (1992). "Towards a Model of Language Attrition: neurological and psychological contributions". In: Issues in ... Clevedon: Multilingual Matters Yoshitomi, A. (1992). "Towards a Model of Language Attrition: neurological and psychological ... Modeling Bilingualism Studies in Bilingualism: 1-12. doi:10.1075/sibil.43.02intro. Sorace, A. 2005. "Selective optionality in ...
*  Computational engineering
... computational neurological modeling, modeling of biological systems (e.g., ecological systems), 3D CT ultrasound, MRI imaging, ... and some problems in the latter can be modeled and solved with CSE methods (as an application area). It is typically offered as ... Modeling and simulation Algorithms for solving discrete and continuous problems Analysis and visualization of data Mathematical ... modeling of natural disasters Finance: derivative pricing, risk management Industrial Engineering: discrete event and Monte- ...
*  Soliton (disambiguation)
... company Soliton model, neurological model. ...
*  Geschwind
... laterality hypothesis Wernicke-Geschwind model, neurological model of language Geschwind syndrome, personality syndrome Daniel ...
*  Succinic semialdehyde dehydrogenase deficiency
Most of the models include distinctive neurological phenotypes and exhibit hypotonia, truncal ataxia, generalized tonic-clonic ... While this model is considered to be more severe than the phenotypes seen in humans, currently, it is the most highly regarded ... However, the progress that has been made with both murine and human models of the disorder have provided a lot of insights into ... This stress is believed to contribute to the formation of free radicals in the brain tissue of animal models induced with SSADH ...
*  Evolution of the brain
Using the models for neurological reorganization it can be suggested the cause for this period, dubbed middle childhood, is ... the lunate sulcus suggest that the brains had been through a neurological reorganization. There is also evidence that the early ...
*  Behavior analysis of child development
More recent models attribute autism to neurological and sensory models that are overly worked and subsequently produce the ... The model focuses on the analysis of a behavior and then synthesizes the action to support the original behavior. The model was ... In his new model, Commons has created a behavior analytic model of more complex behavior in line with more contemporary ... This offered a model for the continuity of the stepping reflex and the progressive stimulation model for behavior analysts. ...
*  Rett syndrome
Guy, J.; Gan, J.; Selfridge, J.; Cobb, S.; Bird, A. (2007). "Reversal of Neurological Defects in a Mouse Model of Rett Syndrome ... Mouse models of RTT are available and the most studied are constitutively deleted Mecp2 mice developed by Adrian Bird or Rudolf ... These models offer a crucial substrate to elucidate the molecular and neuroanatomical correlates of an MeCP2-deficiency. ... However, the most studied model for the evaluation of therapeutics is the Mecp2-null mouse (totally devoid of MeCP2). In this ...