A multidisciplinary team led by Nikolaus Weiskopf from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences (MPI CBS) has succeeded in making the superficial white matter visible in the living human brain.
The year 2020 is unfolding as a year of multiple and never‐ending challenges, and also a year of developing new solutions and strategies to overcome obstacles. One such challenge was how to hold a sc...
Cocaine self‐administration abolishes low‐frequency stimulation‐induced long‐term depression (LFS‐LTD) of glutamatergic synapses onto dopaminergic neurons in the ventral tegmental area. The LFS‐LTD i...
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Cocaine self‐administration abolishes endocannabinoid‐mediated long‐term depression of glutamatergic synapses in the ventral tegmental area
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Neural stem cell‐derived exosomes interact with heparan sulfate proteoglycans on endothelial cells at the apical (blood) side and are taken up by dynamin dependent endocytosis. II. Exosomes are trans...
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Heparan sulfate proteoglycan‐mediated dynamin‐dependent transport of neural stem cell exosomes in an in vitro blood–brain barrier model
By Bhagyashree Joshi @BSJOSHI_ and Inge Zohorn
University Groningen @univgroningen
Using magnetoencephalography to investigate the relationship between induced anxiety and stopping during a stop‐signal task, increased prefrontal beta‐band activity was related to successful stopping...
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Anxious arousal alters prefrontal cortical control of stopping
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From Swinburne University of Technology
The paper reviews an oddball fast periodic visual stimulation paradigm in EEG, used in 20 published studies to date, which demonstrates substantial advantages for measuring individuation of human fac...
EJNeuroscienceUnderstanding human individuation of unfamiliar faces with oddball fast periodic visual stimulation and electroencephalography
Bruno Rossion and colleagues of @Univ_Lorraine
Monocular rapid visual stimulation unexpectedly boosts the dominance of the non‐stimulated eye during binocular rivalry, possibly by the activation of homeostatic interocular gain control mechanisms....
In the present study, participants carried out a cognitive‐motor interference task as they responded to cued, auditory task‐switch stimuli while performing locomotive tasks with increasing complexity...
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Cognitive‐motor interference in the wild: Assessing the effects of movement complexity on task switching using mobile EEG