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Quantification of Head Movement Predictability and Implications for Suppression of Vestibular Input during Locomotion
Achieved motor movement can be estimated using both sensory and motor signals. The value of motor signals for estimating movement should depend critically on the stereotypy or predictability of the resulting actions. As ...
How reliable are the effects of self-control training?: A re-examination using self-report and physical measures
In light of recent challenges to the strength model of self-control, our study re-examines the effects of self-control training on established physical and self-report measures of self-control. We also examined whether ...
Visualizing Visual Adaptation
Many techniques have been developed to visualize how an image would appear to an individual with a different visual sensitivity: e.g., because of optical or age differences, or a color deficiency or disease. This protocol ...
Intercepting a sound without vision
Visual information is extremely important to generate internal spatial representations. In the auditory modality, the absence of visual cues during early infancy does not preclude the development of some spatial strategies. ...
Longitudinal tDCS: Consistency across Working Memory Training Studies
There is great interest in enhancing and maintaining cognitive function. In recent years, advances in noninvasive brain stimulation devices, such as transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), have targeted working ...
Distinct effects of contour smoothness and observer bias on visual persistence
Stable object perception relies on persistent yet temporary neural representations under constantly fluctuating stimulus conditions. The mechanisms by which such representations are formed and maintained are not fully ...
Task demands, tDCS intensity, and the COMT val(158)met polymorphism impact tDCS-linked working memory training gains
Working memory (WM) training paired with transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) can improve executive function in older adults. The unclear mechanism of tDCS likely depends on tDCS intensity, and task relevant ...
Visual adaptation reveals an objective electrophysiological measure of high-level individual face discrimination
The ability to individualize faces is a fundamental human brain function. Following visual adaptation to one individual face, the suppressed neural response to this identity becomes discriminable from an unadapted facial ...
Age-Related Changes in Sensorimotor Temporal Binding
The causal relationship between a voluntary movement and a sensory event is crucial for experiencing agency. Sensory events must occur within a certain delay from a voluntary movement to be perceived as self-generated. ...