The amygdala is well documented as the critical nexus of emotionally enhanced memory, yet its role in the creation of negative memory biases, better memory for negative compared with positive stimuli, has not been clarified. Although prior work...
Sarah M KarkOur article linking post-encoding increases in amygdala-visuocortical connectivity with negative #memory biases across individuals was published as a featured article today in #JNeurosci @SfNJournals
The amygdala is well-documented as the critical nexus of emotionally enhanced memory, yet its role in the creation of negative memory biases—better memory for negative as compared to positive stimuli—has not been clarified. While prior work suggests...
Sarah M KarkEarly release of our #JNeurosci paper is now available! Evidence links increases in post-encoding amygdala-visuocortical connectivity at rest with negative #memory biases across individuals (i.e., remembering more of the bad than the good)
Evidence for intrinsic functional connectivity (FC) within the human brain is largely from neuroimaging studies of hemodynamic activity. Data are lacking from anatomically precise electrophysiological recordings in the most widely studied nodes of...
Sarah M KarkECoG confirms intrinsic FC widely ID'd in fMRI studies, and cracks open a whole new world of their specific temporal profiles 😍
Intracranial Electrophysiology Reveals Reproducible Intrinsic Functional Connectivity within Human Brain Networks
The National Institutes of Health is hosting the Multimodal TMS Speaker Series to bring together the leaders in the field conducting research using non-invasive brain stimulation and functional imaging including EEG and fMRI.
Bradley Postle will...
Sarah M KarkDon't miss Brad Postle's talk on TMS this morning at 10am! Available for free through the NIH