Category: fNIRS

Gamer’s Expertise from fNIRS

Single-Trial Recognition of Video Gamer’s Expertise from Brain Haemodynamic and Facial Emotion Responses. Abstract With an increase in consumer demand of video gaming entertainment, the

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Brain activity during real-time walking

Brain activity during real-time walking and with walking interventions after stroke: a systematic review. Abstract Investigations of real-time brain activations during walking have become increasingly

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Spatiotemporal imaging of neuronal activity

Enhanced spatiotemporal resolution imaging of neuronal activity using joint electroencephalography and diffuse optical tomography. Abstract Significance: Electroencephalography (EEG) and functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) are both

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Accurate hemodynamic response estimation

Accurate hemodynamic response estimation by removal of stimulus-evoked superficial response in fNIRS signals. Abstract Objective: We address the problem of hemodynamic response estimation when task-evoked

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Dual-Task Stair Climbing with fNIRS

Prefrontal Cortex Involvement during Dual-Task Stair Climbing in Healthy Older Adults: An fNIRS Study. Abstract Executive function and motor control deficits adversely affect gait performance

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Aerobic Fitness and Cognition.

Spontaneous Eye Blink Rate Connects Missing Link between Aerobic Fitness and Cognition. Abstract PURPOSE: Higher aerobic fitness, a physiological marker of habitual physical activity, is

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Frontal Functional Network Disruption

Frontal Functional Network Disruption Associated with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: An fNIRS-Based Minimum Spanning Tree Analysis. Abstract Recent evidence increasingly associates network disruption in brain organization

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Interpersonal Neural Synchrony

Interpersonal Neural Synchrony During Father-Child Problem Solving: An fNIRS Hyperscanning Study. Abstract Interpersonal neural synchrony (INS) has been previously evidenced in mother-child interactions, yet findings

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