All Relations between asymmetrical neuron and alpha

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Tara Ghafari, Cecilia Mazzetti, Kelly Garner, Tjerk Gutteling, Ole Jense. Modulation of alpha oscillations by attention is predicted by hemispheric asymmetry of subcortical regions. eLife. vol 12. 2024-07-17. PMID:39017666. modulation of alpha oscillations by attention is predicted by hemispheric asymmetry of subcortical regions. 2024-07-17 2024-07-19 Not clear
Tara Ghafari, Cecilia Mazzetti, Kelly Garner, Tjerk Gutteling, Ole Jense. Modulation of alpha oscillations by attention is predicted by hemispheric asymmetry of subcortical regions. eLife. vol 12. 2024-07-17. PMID:39017666. lateral asymmetry of the globus pallidus, caudate nucleus, and thalamus predicted attention-related modulations of posterior alpha oscillations. 2024-07-17 2024-07-19 Not clear
Tara Ghafari, Cecilia Mazzetti, Kelly Garner, Tjerk Gutteling, Ole Jense. Modulation of alpha oscillations by attention is predicted by hemispheric asymmetry of subcortical regions. eLife. vol 12. 2024-07-17. PMID:39017666. finally, the asymmetry of the thalamus predicted alpha band modulation when neither component of the task was perceptually demanding. 2024-07-17 2024-07-19 Not clear
Resh S Gupta, Gregory A Light, Alan N Simmons, Katia M Harlé, Daniel M Stou. Sex moderates the effect of anhedonia on parietal alpha asymmetry. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 177. 2024-07-13. PMID:39002532. sex moderates the effect of anhedonia on parietal alpha asymmetry. 2024-07-13 2024-07-16 Not clear
Resh S Gupta, Gregory A Light, Alan N Simmons, Katia M Harlé, Daniel M Stou. Sex moderates the effect of anhedonia on parietal alpha asymmetry. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 177. 2024-07-13. PMID:39002532. parietal eeg alpha asymmetry is associated with reduced arousal and low positive emotionality, and is, therefore, a promising neurophysiologic biomarker of anhedonia. 2024-07-13 2024-07-16 Not clear
Resh S Gupta, Gregory A Light, Alan N Simmons, Katia M Harlé, Daniel M Stou. Sex moderates the effect of anhedonia on parietal alpha asymmetry. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 177. 2024-07-13. PMID:39002532. this preliminary study (n = 36) investigated whether anhedonia severity is associated with eeg resting-state parietal alpha asymmetry in adults and whether sex moderates this relationship. 2024-07-13 2024-07-16 Not clear
Resh S Gupta, Gregory A Light, Alan N Simmons, Katia M Harlé, Daniel M Stou. Sex moderates the effect of anhedonia on parietal alpha asymmetry. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 177. 2024-07-13. PMID:39002532. results showed that there was a significant moderating effect of sex such that, only for females, higher levels of anhedonia were associated with increased parietal alpha asymmetry. 2024-07-13 2024-07-16 Not clear
Resh S Gupta, Gregory A Light, Alan N Simmons, Katia M Harlé, Daniel M Stou. Sex moderates the effect of anhedonia on parietal alpha asymmetry. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 177. 2024-07-13. PMID:39002532. these findings suggest that parietal alpha asymmetry is a promising biomarker of anhedonia severity in female adults and reinforces the need to account for sex differences in future research. 2024-07-13 2024-07-16 Not clear
Katarzyna Klęczek, Andra Rice, Maryam Alimardan. Robots as Mental Health Coaches: A Study of Emotional Responses to Technology-Assisted Stress Management Tasks Using Physiological Signals. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). vol 24. issue 13. 2024-07-13. PMID:39000810. from gsr signals, we obtained the change in participants' arousal level throughout the intervention, and from the eeg signals, we extracted the change in their emotional valence using the neurometric of frontal alpha asymmetry (faa). 2024-07-13 2024-07-15 Not clear
Isabel M Berwian, Marius Tröndle, Carlota de Miquel, Anastasios Ziogas, Gabor Stefanics, Henrik Walter, Klaas E Stephan, Quentin J M Huy. Emotion-Induced Frontal Alpha Asymmetry as a Candidate Predictor of Relapse After Discontinuation of Antidepressant Medication. Biological psychiatry. Cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging. 2024-07-09. PMID:38735534. emotion-induced frontal alpha asymmetry as a candidate predictor of relapse after discontinuation of antidepressant medication. 2024-07-09 2024-07-12 Not clear
Lucas Camargo, Kevin Pacheco-Barrios, Anna Carolyna Gianlorenço, Maryela Menacho, Hyuk Choi, Jae-Jun Song, Felipe Fregn. Evidence of bottom-up homeostatic modulation induced taVNS during emotional and Go/No-Go tasks. Experimental brain research. 2024-07-04. PMID:38963558. our aim is to investigate the effect of tavns on neurophysiological processes during emotional and go/no-go tasks, and changes in frontal alpha asymmetry. 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 human
Lucas Camargo, Kevin Pacheco-Barrios, Anna Carolyna Gianlorenço, Maryela Menacho, Hyuk Choi, Jae-Jun Song, Felipe Fregn. Evidence of bottom-up homeostatic modulation induced taVNS during emotional and Go/No-Go tasks. Experimental brain research. 2024-07-04. PMID:38963558. the results demonstrated a significant increase in n2 amplitude in the no-go condition for the active tavns post-intervention compared to the sham tavns after adjusting by handedness, mood, and fatigue levels (p = 0.046), significantly reduced erd during sad conditions after treatment (p = 0.037), and increased frontal alpha asymmetry towards the right frontal hemisphere during the emotional task condition (p = 0.046). 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 human
Magdalena Prończuk, Tomasz Chamera, Jarosław Markowski, Jan Pilch, Wojciech Smólka, Adam Zajac, Adam Maszczy. The impact of EEG biofeedback training on the athletes' motivation and bench press performance. Biology of sport. vol 41. issue 3. 2024-07-02. PMID:38952919. the repeated measures anova showed intra-group differences due to external loading for the fai (frontal alpha asymmetry) obtained in the eeg both before and after biofeedback training. 2024-07-02 2024-07-04 Not clear
Atakan M Akil, Renáta Cserjési, Tamás Nagy, Zsolt Demetrovics, Dezső Németh, H N Alexander Logeman. The relationship between frontal alpha asymmetry and behavioral and brain activity indices of reactive inhibitory control. Journal of neurophysiology. 2024-06-12. PMID:38863426. the relationship between frontal alpha asymmetry and behavioral and brain activity indices of reactive inhibitory control. 2024-06-12 2024-06-14 Not clear
Atakan M Akil, Renáta Cserjési, Tamás Nagy, Zsolt Demetrovics, Dezső Németh, H N Alexander Logeman. The relationship between frontal alpha asymmetry and behavioral and brain activity indices of reactive inhibitory control. Journal of neurophysiology. 2024-06-12. PMID:38863426. one candidate electrophysiological marker of inhibitory control is frontal alpha asymmetry (faa). 2024-06-12 2024-06-14 Not clear
Ishrat Z Anka, Tamsyn M Uren Webster, Waldir M Berbel-Filho, Matthew Hitchings, Benjamin Overland, Sarah Weller, Carlos Garcia de Leaniz, Sofia Consuegr. Microbiome and epigenetic variation in wild fish with low genetic diversity. Nature communications. vol 15. issue 1. 2024-06-03. PMID:38830879. heterozygosity and microbiome alpha diversity, but not epigenetic variation, are associated with the fluctuating asymmetry of traits related to performance (vision) and behaviour (aggression). 2024-06-03 2024-06-06 Not clear
Linling Li, Yutong Li, Zhaoxun Li, Gan Huang, Zhen Liang, Li Zhang, Feng Wan, Manjun Shen, Xue Han, Zhiguo Zhan. Multimodal and hemispheric graph-theoretical brain network predictors of learning efficacy for frontal alpha asymmetry neurofeedback. Cognitive neurodynamics. vol 18. issue 3. 2024-06-03. PMID:38826665. multimodal and hemispheric graph-theoretical brain network predictors of learning efficacy for frontal alpha asymmetry neurofeedback. 2024-06-03 2024-06-05 human
Linling Li, Yutong Li, Zhaoxun Li, Gan Huang, Zhen Liang, Li Zhang, Feng Wan, Manjun Shen, Xue Han, Zhiguo Zhan. Multimodal and hemispheric graph-theoretical brain network predictors of learning efficacy for frontal alpha asymmetry neurofeedback. Cognitive neurodynamics. vol 18. issue 3. 2024-06-03. PMID:38826665. eeg neurofeedback using frontal alpha asymmetry (faa) has been widely used for emotion regulation, but its effectiveness is controversial. 2024-06-03 2024-06-05 human
Ricardo A Wilhelm, Micayla F Lacey, Stephanie L Masters, Christopher J Breeden, Eric Mann, Hayley V MacDonald, Philip A Gable, Evan J White, Jennifer L Stewar. Greater weekly physical activity linked to left resting frontal alpha asymmetry in women: A study on gender differences in highly active young adults. Psychology of sport and exercise. 2024-05-26. PMID:38797225. greater weekly physical activity linked to left resting frontal alpha asymmetry in women: a study on gender differences in highly active young adults. 2024-05-26 2024-05-31 Not clear
Ricardo A Wilhelm, Micayla F Lacey, Stephanie L Masters, Christopher J Breeden, Eric Mann, Hayley V MacDonald, Philip A Gable, Evan J White, Jennifer L Stewar. Greater weekly physical activity linked to left resting frontal alpha asymmetry in women: A study on gender differences in highly active young adults. Psychology of sport and exercise. 2024-05-26. PMID:38797225. greater resting frontal alpha asymmetry (faa), an index of greater relative left than right frontal cortical activity, is a neural correlate of affective mechanisms possibly associated with active lifestyles. 2024-05-26 2024-05-31 Not clear