Frontal brain activity by fNIRS during emotional Stroop task

Link – Frontal brain activity in individuals at risk for schizophrenic psychosis and bipolar disorder during the emotional Stroop task – an fNIRS study. Abstract OBJECTIVES: The emotional Stroop effect is defined as increased reaction times to emotional stimuli compared to neutral ones. It has been often reported in the literature, on both behavioral and […]

Cerebral Oxygenation Reserve

Link – Cerebral Oxygenation Reserve: The Relationship Between Physical Activity Level and the Cognitive Load During a Stroop Task in Healthy Young Males. Abstract Introduction: Many studies have reported that regular physical activity is positively associated with cognitive performance and more selectively with executive functions. However, some studies reported that the association of physical activity […]

tRNS on the semantic Stroop effect

Link – Potential impact of bifrontal transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS) on the semantic Stroop effect and its resting-state EEG correlates. Abstract OBJECTIVE: The Stroop effect performance reflects cognitive resistance to interference. We aimed to investigate the effect of a single transcranial random noise stimulation session (tRNS) applied over the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) on […]

fNIRS Assessment during an Emotional Stroop Task

Link – fNIRS Assessment during an Emotional Stroop Task among Patients with Depression: Replication and Extension. Psychiatry Investig. 2019 Jan;16(1):80-86 Authors: Nishizawa Y, Kanazawa T, Kawabata Y, Matsubara T, Maruyama S, Kawano M, Kinoshita S, Koh J, Matsuo K, Yoneda H Abstract OBJECTIVE: Accumulated evidence collected via functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) has been reported with […]