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Neural correlates of correct and failed response inhibition in heavy versus light social drinkers: an fMRI study during a go/no-go task by healthy participants
(Brain Imaging and Behavior, 2017)
The ability to suppress responses that are inappropriate, as well as the mechanisms monitoring the accuracy of actions in order to compensate for errors, is central to human behavior. Neural alterations that prevent stopping ...
Left Superior Temporal Gyrus Is Coupled to Attended Speech in a Cocktail-Party Auditory Scene
(The Journal of Neuroscience, 2016)
Using a continuous listening task, we evaluated the coupling between the listener’s cortical activity and the temporal envelopes of different sounds in a multitalker auditory scene using magnetoencephalography and ...
Synchrony, metastability, dynamic integration, and competition in the spontaneous functional connectivity of the human brain
The human brain is functionally organized into large-scale neural networks that are dynamically interconnected. Multiple short-lived states of resting-state functional connectivity (rsFC) identified transiently synchronized ...
Altered neocortical tactile but preserved auditory early change detection responses in Friedreich ataxia
(Clinical Neurophysiology, 2019)
Objective: To study using magnetoencephalography (MEG) the spatio-temporal dynamics of neocortical responses involved in sensory processing and early change detection in Friedreich ataxia (FRDA). Methods: Tactile (TERs) ...
Cortical Tracking of Speech-in-Noise Develops from Childhood to Adulthood
(The Journal of Neuroscience,, 2019)
In multitalker backgrounds, the auditory cortex of adult humans tracks the attended speech stream rather than the global auditory scene. Still, it is unknown whether such preferential tracking also occurs in children whose ...