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Oxytocin and Self-Consciousness
Published: Jan 2016
  • Oxytocin likely influences self- and other-related cognition by modulating the brain network activity involved in the shared neural representations of others and self . Self-recognition and the sense of self-ownership are among the mechanisms implicated in functional empathic responses. These kind of investigations would be crucial to furthering our understanding of oxytocin's role in the relationship between self-other distinction and the ability to shift from self-oriented to other-person-oriented perspectives, as well as its role in self-other distinction, and prosocial behavior, especially in light of the close link between interoception and empathy. This research area (Oxytocin’s implication on self-consciousness) is still in its infancy and further studies are warranted
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The human Pineal Gland and Melatonin in aging and Alzheimer's disease
From Paper: The human pineal gland and melatonin in aging and Alzheimer's disease
Published: Apr 2005
  • Pineal melatonin rhythms and production decrease in aging and in AD. Melatonin acts as an effective free radical scavenger and indirect antioxidant, i.e. it stimulates antioxidative enzymes, and functions as neuroprotector that may be of importance in aging and in Alzheimer disease (AD)
  • The primary function of the pineal gland is to produce melatonin. Melatonin has various functions in the central nervous system, the most important of which is to help modulate sleep patterns. Melatonin production is stimulated by darkness and inhibited by light
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Brain Network Mechanisms of Visual Shape Completion
Authors:
Keane, Brian P., et al
Published: Nov 2020
  • Taken together, these results suggest that shape completion relies upon a distributed but densely interconnected network coalition that is centered in the secondary visual network, coordinated by the dorsal attention network, and inclusive of at least three other networks.
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Constructing spatial perception through self-touch
Published: Nov 2020
  • Successful interactions with the environment depend on accurate spatial representations of both the external world and of our body acting upon it. The coding of space is, therefore, an essential requirement for both motor and perceptual systems.
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Neuroscience and Neuropsychology Models of Brain based on Saint Amit Ray's 114-Chakra System
From Paper: (PDF) Neuroscience and Neuropsychology Models of Brain based on Saint Amit Ray's 114-Chakra System
Published: Aug 2020
  • Ray’s chakra based five-axis model for brain-body-behavior has a unique influence in the field of modern neuropsychology and quantum neuroscience. The framework incorporates the modern neuropsychology, quantum neuroscience and molecular biology. T
  • This paper reviews these principles of brain-body organization and introduce the 114- chakra system based neuropsychology theory of Saint Amit Ray for understanding individual differences in the general factor of intelligence and behavior based on brain-body 114-chakra topology and network dynamics of the human brain-body interactions.
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Neural divergence and convergence for interoceptive and somatosensory attention and detection
Authors:
Aleksandra M. Herman, Clare Palmer, Ruben T. Azevedo, Manos Tsakiris
Published: Jun 2020
  • Our findings speak in favour of the inherent convergence of bodily-related signals and move beyond the apparent antagonism between exteroception and interoception.
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"Mentally-passive" sedentary behaviors like watching TV contribute to depression risk. Sedentary behaviors like using a computer do not increase risk
From Paper: Sedentary behaviors and risk of depression: a meta-analysis of prospective studies
Published: Feb 2020
  • The results showed a positive association between mentally passive sedentary behavior and risk of depression, and the increment of time spent on sedentarily watching television could increase the risk of depression
  • When stratified by specific sedentary behavior, we found that watching television was positively associated with the risk of depression, whereas using a computer was statistically non-significant
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Gut microbiota–specific IgA+ B cells traffic to the CNS in active multiple sclerosis
Authors:
Pröbstel, Anne-Katrin, et al
Published: Nov 2020
IgA+ cells act as a systemic mediator between the gut and the central nervous system during active multiple sclerosis.IgA+ cells act as a systemic mediator between the gut and the central nervous system during active multiple sclerosis.
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Human innate lymphoid cell precursors express CD48 that modulates ILC differentiation through 2B4 signaling
Authors:
Tufa, Dejene M., et al
Published: Nov 2020
Human common ILC progenitors acquire CD48 and CD52, defining innate lymphoid cell precursors and NK progenitors.Human common ILC progenitors acquire CD48 and CD52, defining innate lymphoid cell precursors and NK progenitors.
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Two phenotypically and functionally distinct microglial populations in adult zebrafish
Authors:
Wu, Shuting, et al
Published: Nov 2020
Distinct microglial populations, phagocytotic microglia and regulatory microglia, are identified and characterized in zebrafish.Distinct microglial populations, phagocytotic microglia and regulatory microglia, are identified and characterized in zebrafish.
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