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Decreased Thalamic Activity Is a Correlate for Disconnectedness during Anesthesia with Propofol, Dexmedetomidine and Sevoflurane But Not S-Ketamine
Establishing the neural mechanisms responsible for the altered global states of consciousness during anesthesia and dissociating these from other drug-related effects remains a challenge in consciousness research. We ...
Functional organization of social perception networks in the human brain
Humans rapidly extract diverse and complex information from ongoing social interactions, but the perceptual and neural organization of the different aspects of social perception remains unresolved. We showed short movie ...
Neural responses to biological motion distinguish autistic and schizotypal traits
Difficulties in social interactions characterize both autism and schizophrenia and are correlated in the neurotypical population. It is unknown whether this represents a shared etiology or superficial phenotypic overlap. ...
Decoding brain basis of laughter and crying in natural scenes
Laughter and crying are universal signals of prosociality and distress, respectively. Here we investigated the functional brain basis of perceiving laughter and crying using naturalistic functional magnetic resonance imaging ...
Dynamic prediction of mortality after traumatic brain injury using a machine learning algorithm
Intensive care for patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) aims to optimize intracranial pressure (ICP) and cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP). The transformation of ICP and CPP time-series data into a dynamic prediction ...
Outliers in diffusion-weighted MRI : Exploring detection models and mitigation strategies
Diffusion-weighted MRI (dMRI) is a medical imaging method that can be used to investigate the brain microstructure and structural connections between different brain regions. The method, however, requires relatively complex ...