All Relations between Epilepsy and cognitive processing

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F Kathryn King, M Scott Perry, Christos Papadelis, Crystal M Coope. Spatiotemporal responses to emotional conflict and its psychiatric correlates in adolescents with epilepsy using magnetoencephalography. Epilepsy & behavior : E&B. vol 157. 2024-06-08. PMID:38851125. adults with epilepsy also show difficulties in emotion regulation, particularly during later-stage, higher-order cognitive processing. 2024-06-08 2024-06-11 human
Yang Xi, Zhu Lan, Ying Chen, Qiushi Zhang, Zhenyu Wu, Guangjian L. Patients with epilepsy without cognitive impairment show altered brain networks in multiple frequency bands in an audiovisual integration task. Neurophysiologie clinique = Clinical neurophysiology. vol 53. issue 5. 2023-09-03. PMID:37660635. the purpose of our study was to explore whether epilepsy affects the structure of brain networks associated with cognitive processing, even when patients with epilepsy do not have cognitive impairment. 2023-09-03 2023-09-07 Not clear
HongZhou Wang, PanWen Zhao, Jing Zhao, JianGuo Zhong, PingLei Pan, GenDi Wang, ZhongQuan Y. Theory of Mind and Empathy in Adults With Epilepsy: A Meta-Analysis. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 13. 2022-05-16. PMID:35573343. these quantitative findings suggest differential impairment of the core aspects of social cognitive processing in adult patients with epilepsy, which may contribute to the development of structured cognitive interventions (i.e., social cognitive training) for adult patients with epilepsy. 2022-05-16 2023-08-13 Not clear
Jan Cimbalnik, Martin Pail, Petr Klimes, Vojtech Travnicek, Robert Roman, Adam Vajcner, Milan Brazdi. Cognitive Processing Impacts High Frequency Intracranial EEG Activity of Human Hippocampus in Patients With Pharmacoresistant Focal Epilepsy. Frontiers in neurology. vol 11. 2020-11-17. PMID:33193030. cognitive processing impacts high frequency intracranial eeg activity of human hippocampus in patients with pharmacoresistant focal epilepsy. 2020-11-17 2023-08-13 human
Christoph Helmstaedter, Philipp Durch, Christian Hoppe, Juri-Alexander Wit. Is the computerized assessment of psychomotor speed more sensitive to cognitive effects of antiepileptic pharmacotherapy than tests with a focus on higher-order cognitive processing? Implications for the choice of sensitive test parameters. European neuropsychopharmacology : the journal of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology. vol 29. issue 11. 2020-09-07. PMID:31606304. the study evaluated whether it is psychomotor speed or higher-order cognitive processing which is primarily affected by antiepileptic drug (aed) treatment in epilepsy and whether computerized testing versus paper-pencil testing of executive functions is more sensitive. 2020-09-07 2023-08-13 Not clear
Shigetoshi Takaya, Hesheng Liu, Douglas N Greve, Naoaki Tanaka, Catherine Leveroni, Andrew J Cole, Steven M Stufflebea. Altered anterior-posterior connectivity through the arcuate fasciculus in temporal lobe epilepsy. Human brain mapping. vol 37. issue 12. 2018-01-18. PMID:27452151. how the interactions between cortices through a specific white matter pathway change during cognitive processing in patients with epilepsy remains unclear. 2018-01-18 2023-08-13 Not clear
Philip Grewe, Friedrich G Woermann, Christian G Bien, Martina Piefk. Disturbed spatial cognitive processing of body-related stimuli in a case of a lesion to the right fusiform gyrus. Neurocase. vol 21. issue 6. 2016-05-23. PMID:25372456. we report the case of a young male patient with epilepsy and a circumscribed lesion in the right fg who presented with isolated impairments in spatial cognitive processing of body-related stimuli. 2016-05-23 2023-08-13 human
Tomonori Ono, Aristea S Galanopoulo. Epilepsy and epileptic syndrome. Advances in experimental medicine and biology. vol 724. 2012-04-10. PMID:22411237. epileptic seizures and their potential impact on brain development, the progressive nature of epileptogenesis that may functionally alter brain regions involved in cognitive processing, neurodegenerative processes that relate to the underlying etiology, comorbid conditions or epigenetic factors, such as stress, medications, social factors, may all contribute to the progressive nature of epilepsy. 2012-04-10 2023-08-12 Not clear
Prasanna Karunanayaka, Kwang Ki Kim, Scott K Holland, Jerzy P Szaflarsk. The effects of left or right hemispheric epilepsy on language networks investigated with semantic decision fMRI task and independent component analysis. Epilepsy & behavior : E&B. vol 20. issue 4. 2011-08-09. PMID:21273134. further, these results document the advantages of using group ica for investigating the effects of disease state (e.g., epilepsy) on the network subserving cognitive processing and provide an interesting avenue for further exploration. 2011-08-09 2023-08-12 human
Ivan Rektor, Martin Bares, Milan Brázdil, Petr Kanovský, Irena Rektorová, Daniela Sochurková, Dagmar Kubová, Robert Kuba, Pavel Danie. Cognitive- and movement-related potentials recorded in the human basal ganglia. Movement disorders : official journal of the Movement Disorder Society. vol 20. issue 5. 2005-09-01. PMID:15666424. sources of potentials evoked by cognitive processing of sensory and motor activities were studied in 9 epilepsy surgery candidates with electrodes implanted in the basal ganglia (bg), mostly in the putamen. 2005-09-01 2023-08-12 human
Alexandra Rahmann, Stefan Stodieck, Ingo-W Husstedt, Stefan Ever. Pre-attentive cognitive processing in epilepsy. A pilot study on the impact of epilepsy type and anti-epileptic treatment. European neurology. vol 48. issue 3. 2002-11-29. PMID:12373031. pre-attentive cognitive processing in epilepsy. 2002-11-29 2023-08-12 human
F Haverkamp, C Hanisch, H Mayer, M Noeke. Evidence of a specific vulnerability for deficient sequential cognitive information processing in epilepsy. Journal of child neurology. vol 16. issue 12. 2002-04-09. PMID:11785504. this selective impairment in sequential cognitive processing turned out to be a good statistical predictor for acquired abilities in the group of idiopathic epilepsy (beta = 0.53; p < .01), indicating a specific epileptic neuropsychologic association. 2002-04-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
D L Schomer, G Bonmassar, F Lazeyras, M Seeck, A Blum, K Anami, D Schwartz, J W Belliveau, J Ive. EEG-Linked functional magnetic resonance imaging in epilepsy and cognitive neurophysiology. Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society. vol 17. issue 1. 2000-03-28. PMID:10709810. focal epilepsy or cognitive processing, but also on the sequencing of the activation of the various participating regions. 2000-03-28 2023-08-12 Not clear
C Cepeda, Z Radisavljevic, W Peacock, M S Levine, N A Buchwal. Differential modulation by dopamine of responses evoked by excitatory amino acids in human cortex. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). vol 11. issue 4. 1992-09-14. PMID:1354399. the fact that da affects responses to nmda and glutamate or quisqualate in opposite directions is of considerable importance to the understanding of cellular mechanisms of neuromodulation and the role of da in cognitive processing and in epilepsy. 1992-09-14 2023-08-11 human
J W McDanie. Visual and auditory cognitive processing affected by epilepsy. PDM: Physicians' drug manual. vol 7(9-12)8. issue 1-8. 1979-01-15. PMID:1052831. visual and auditory cognitive processing affected by epilepsy. 1979-01-15 2023-08-11 Not clear
J W McDaniel, M L McDanie. Visual and auditory cognitive processing affected by epilepsy. Behavioral neuropsychiatry. vol 8. issue 1-12. 1978-01-27. PMID:1052266. visual and auditory cognitive processing affected by epilepsy. 1978-01-27 2023-08-11 Not clear