Gulf Professional Publishing, Nov 23, 2005 - Medical - 274 pages
Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is the only neuroimaging method that provides high spatial and temporal information of human brain activation. In addition, MEG is completely non-invasive and allows recordings with minimal preparation time. This makes it suitable to investigate even fetuses in utero. This volume in the International Review of Neurobiology series addresses the most relevant research areas and shows how MEG could be used for investigations over the whole life span in humans.
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Viewing the Developing Brain In Utero HUBERT PREISSL CURTIs L LoweRY AND HARI Eswar
Systems for Recording fMEG
Experiments in Fetuses and Newborns
Magnetoencephalography in Studies of Infants and Children MINNA HUOTILAINEN I Introduction
GBA During Auditory Memory Processing
GBA and Cortical Network Synchronization
Methods for the Analysis of GBA in MEG
Combining Magnetoencephalography and Functional Magnetic
Beamformer Analysis of MEG Data
Functional Connectivity Analysis in Magnetoencephalography
Human Visual Processing as Revealed by Magnetoencephalography
MEG Studies on Ventral Pathway
Memory Traces Revealed by Cooperative Activation in the Cerebral Cortex JochEN KAISER SUSANNE LEIBERG AND WERNER LUTZENBERG...
MEG Research on Working Memory
amplitude analysis anatomical beamformer brain activity brain areas Brain Mapp Brain Res cerebral Clin Cogn cognitive coherence components computed correlation cortical areas cortico-muscular detection dipole distribution dynamics electroencephalography epilepsy estimate event-related event-related potentials evoked responses face perception fetal fetuses fMEG fMRI frequency Friederici frontal functional magnetic resonance functional MRI gamma-band Hillebrand human brain Ilmoniemi infants interactions investigated Kakigi Knösche latency localization magnetic fields magnetic resonance imaging magnetic source imaging magnetoencephalography measured memory task method mismatch negativity motion Näätänen neonates networks neural Neuroimage neuromagnetic neuronal activity Neurophysiol Neuroreport Neurosci newborns noise onset oscillations oscillatory paradigm parietal patients pattern perception phase synchrony potentials primary motor cortex processing recordings regions sensor signal significant simultaneous somatosensory spatial filtering spatial resolution spectral statistical stimulation studies subjects synchronization techniques temporal VEEG visual cortex voxels Vrba Wada procedure
Page 261 - Botez Posterior Fossa Syndrome Ian F. Pollack Cerebellar Cognitive Affective Syndrome Jeremy D. Schmahmann and Janet C. Sherman Inherited Cerebellar Diseases Claus W. Wallesch and Claudius Bartels Neuropsychological Abnormalities in Cerebellar Syndromes — Fact or Fiction? Irene Daum and Hermann Ackermann Section VI: Theoretical Considerations Cerebellar Microcomplexes Masao Ito Control of Sensory Data Acquisition James M.
Page 261 - Roles of Nitric Oxide in Cerebral Ischemia Turgay Dalkara and Michael A. Moskowitz A Review of Earlier Clinical Studies on Neuroprotective Agents and Current Approaches Nils-Gunnar Wahlgren Volume 41 Section I: Historical Overview Rediscovery of an Early Concept Jeremy D.
Page 267 - Femyhough and Robert E. Schmidt Apoptosis in Diabetic Neuropathy Aviva Tolkovsky Nerve and Ganglion Blood Flow in Diabetes: An Appraisal Douglas W.
Page 264 - Michael R. Foy, and Richard F. Thompson Plasticity in the Aging Central Nervous System CA Barnes Secondary Epileptogenesis, Kindling, and Intractable Epilepsy: A Reappraisal from the Perspective of Neuronal Plasticity Thomas P. Sutula Kindling and the Mirror Focus Dan C.
Page 264 - Receptor in Adrenal and Brain Steroidogenesis Rachel C. Brown and Vassilios Papadopoulos Formation and Effects of Neuroactive Steroids in the Central and Peripheral Nervous System Roberto Cosimo...
Page 262 - Mark P. Mattson AP-I Transcription Factors: Short- and LongTerm Modulators of Gene Expression in the Brain Keith Pennypacker Ion Channels in Epilepsy...
Page 262 - Eric Courchesne, and Jeanne Townsend Context-Response Linkage W. Thomas Thach Duality of Cerebellar Motor and Cognitive Functions James R. Bloedel and Vlastislav Bracha Section VII: Future Directions Therapeutic and Research Implications Jeremy D. Schmahmann Volume 42 Alzheimer Disease Mark A. Smith Neurobiology of Stroke W.