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Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews

https://read.qxmd.com/read/38729280/synchrony-perception-across-senses-a-systematic-review-of-temporal-binding-window-changes-from-infancy-to-adolescence-in-typical-and-atypical-development
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Silvia Ampollini, Martina Ardizzi, Francesca Ferroni, Ada Cigala
Sensory integration is increasingly acknowledged as being crucial for the development of cognitive and social abilities. However, its developmental trajectory is still little understood. This systematic review delves into the topic by investigating the literature about the developmental changes from infancy through adolescence of the Temporal Binding Window (TBW) - the epoch of time within which sensory inputs are perceived as simultaneous and therefore integrated. Following comprehensive searches across PubMed, Elsevier, and PsycInfo databases, only experimental, behavioral, English-language, peer-reviewed studies on multisensory temporal processing in 0-17-year-olds have been included...
May 8, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38729279/the-effect-of-rem-sleep-disruption-on-affective-processing-a-systematic-review-of-human-and-animal-experimental-studies
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Anu-Katriina Pesonen, Maija-Kreetta Koskinen, Neea Vuorenhela, Risto Halonen, Saara Mäkituuri, Maikki Selin, Sanni Luokkala, Alma Suutari, Iiris Hovatta
Evidence on the importance of rapid-eye-movement sleep (REMS) in processing emotions is accumulating. The focus of this systematic review is the outcomes of experimental REMS deprivation (REMSD), which is the most common method in animal models and human studies on REMSD. This review revealed that variations in the applied REMSD methods were substantial. Animal models used longer deprivation protocols compared with studies in humans, which mostly reported acute deprivation effects after one night. Studies on animal models showed that REMSD causes aggressive behavior, increased pain sensitivity, reduced sexual behavior, and compromised consolidation of fear memories...
May 8, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38723735/the-dose-effect-relationship-of-six-stimulation-parameters-with-rtms-over-left-dlpfc-on-treatment-resistant-depression-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
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Tien-Wei Hsu, Ta-Chuan Yeh, Yu-Chen Kao, Trevor Thompson, Andre R Brunoni, Andre F Carvalho, Chih-Wei Hsu, Yu-Kang Tu, Chih-Sung Liang
This study aimed to evaluate the association of the six parameters, namely stimulation intensity, stimulation frequency, pulses per session, treatment duration, number of sessions, and total number of pulses with the efficacy of conventional transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) over left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex for patients with treatment-resistant depression (TRD). A random-effects dose-response meta-analysis of blinded randomized controlled trials (RCTs) involving 2391 participants were conducted to examine the dose-effect relationship of six stimulation parameters...
May 7, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38723734/modulation-of-human-frontal-midline-theta-by-neurofeedback-a-systematic-review-and-quantitative-meta-analysis
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Maria Pfeiffer, Andrea Kübler, Kirsten Hilger
Human brain activity consists of different frequency bands associated with varying functions. Oscillatory activity of frontal brain regions in the theta range (4-8Hz) is linked to cognitive processing and can be modulated by neurofeedback - a technique where participants receive real-time feedback about their brain activity and learn to modulate it. However, criticism of this technique evolved, and high heterogeneity of study designs complicates a valid evaluation of its effectiveness. This meta-analysis provides the first systematic overview over studies attempting to modulate frontal midline theta with neurofeedback in healthy human participants...
May 7, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38718988/the-effects-of-chronic-administration-of-stimulant-and-non-stimulant-medications-on-executive-functions-in-adhd-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
#25
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Ferdous Isfandnia, Sahid El Masri, Joaquim Radua, Katya Rubia
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is associated with executive function deficits that are improved with medications. However, meta-analyses of stimulant effects on cognition have mostly tested single-dose effects, while there is no meta-analysis of non-stimulant effects. This systematic review and meta-analysis tested the clinically more relevant longer-term effects of Methylphenidate (20 studies; minimum 1 week) and Atomoxetine (8 studies; minimum 3 weeks) on reaction time, attention, inhibition, and working memory, searching papers on PubMed, Embase, Ovid MEDLINE, and PsycINFO...
May 6, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38718987/ferret-as-a-model-system-for-studying-the-anatomy-and-function-of-the-prefrontal-cortex-a-systematic-review
#26
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Grace Ross, Susanne Radtke-Schuller, Flavio Frohlich
There is a lack of consensus on anatomical nomenclature, standards of documentation, and functional equivalence of the frontal cortex between species. There remains a major gap between human prefrontal function and interpretation of findings in the mouse brain that appears to lack several key prefrontal areas involved in cognition and psychiatric illnesses. The ferret is an emerging model organism that has gained traction as an intermediate model species for the study of top-down cognitive control and other higher order brain functions...
May 6, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38718986/the-mesopontine-tegmentum-in-reward-and-aversion-from-cellular-heterogeneity-to-behaviour
#27
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Ricardo Bastos-Gonçalves, Bárbara Coimbra, Ana João Rodrigues
The mesopontine tegmentum, comprising the pedunculopontine tegmentum (PPN) and the laterodorsal tegmentum (LDT), is intricately connected to various regions of the basal ganglia, motor systems, and limbic systems. The PPN and LDT can regulate the activity of different brain regions of these target systems, and in this way are in a privileged position to modulate motivated behaviours. Despite recent findings, the PPN and LDT have been largely overlooked in discussions about the neural circuits associated with reward and aversion...
May 6, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38710425/sensorimotor-regulation-of-facial-expression-an-untouched-frontier
#28
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Kimberly S Bress, Carissa J Cascio
Facial expression is a critical form of nonverbal social communication which promotes emotional exchange and affiliation among humans. Facial expressions are generated via precise contraction of the facial muscles, guided by sensory feedback. While the neural pathways underlying facial motor control are well characterized in humans and primates, it remains unknown how tactile and proprioceptive information reaches these pathways to guide facial muscle contraction. Thus, despite the importance of facial expressions for social functioning, little is known about how they are generated as a unique sensorimotor behavior...
May 4, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38710424/neurophysiological-and-neuroimaging-markers-of-repetitive-transcranial-magnetic-stimulation-treatment-response-in-major-depressive-disorder-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis-of-predictive-modeling-studies
#29
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Min Xia Jin, Penny Ping Qin, Adam Wei Li Xia, Rebecca Lai Di Kan, Bella Bing Bing Zhang, Alvin Hong Pui Tang, Ami Sin Man Li, Tim Tian Ze Lin, Cristian G Giron, Jun Jie Pei, Georg S Kranz
Predicting repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) treatment outcomes in major depressive disorder (MDD) could reduce the financial and psychological risks of treatment failure. We systematically reviewed and meta-analyzed studies that leveraged neurophysiological and neuroimaging markers to predict rTMS response in MDD. Five databases were searched from inception to May 25, 2023. The primary meta-analytic outcome was predictive accuracy pooled from classification models. Regression models were summarized qualitatively...
May 4, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38710423/domestic-dogs-as-a-comparative-model-for-social-neuroscience-advances-and-challenges
#30
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Magdalena Boch, Ludwig Huber, Claus Lamm
Dogs and humans have lived together for thousands of years and share many analogous socio-cognitive skills. Dog neuroimaging now provides insight into the neural bases of these shared social abilities. Here, we summarize key findings from dog fMRI identifying neocortical brain areas implicated in social cognition, such as face, body, and emotion perception, as well as action observation in dogs. These findings provide converging evidence that the temporal cortex plays a significant role in visual social cognition in dogs...
May 4, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38710422/allostasis-health-and-development-in-latin-america
#31
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Joaquín Migeot, Carolina Panesso, Claudia Duran-Aniotz, Cristian Avíla-Rincón, Carolina Ochoa, David Huepe, Hernando Santamaría-García, J Jaime Miranda, María Josefina Escobar, Stefanie Pina-Escudero, Roman Romero-Ortuno, Brian Lawlor, Agustín Ibáñez, Sebastián Lipina
The lifespan is influenced by adverse childhood experiences that create predispositions to poor health outcomes. Here we propose an allostatic framework of childhood experiences and their impact on health across the lifespan, focusing on Latin American and Caribbean countries. This region is marked by significant social and health inequalities nested in environmental and social stressors, such as exposure to pollution, violence, and nutritional deficiencies, which critically influence current and later-life health outcomes...
May 4, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38710421/exploring-causal-mechanisms-of-psychosis-risk
#32
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Dominic Oliver, Edward Chesney, Alexis E Cullen, Cathy Davies, Amir Englund, George Gifford, Sarah Kerins, Paris Alexandros Lalousis, Yanakan Logeswaran, Kate Merritt, Uzma Zahid, Nicolas A Crossley, Robert A McCutcheon, Philip McGuire, Paolo Fusar-Poli
Robust epidemiological evidence of risk and protective factors for psychosis is essential to inform preventive interventions. Previous evidence syntheses have classified these risk and protective factors according to their strength of association with psychosis. In this critical review we appraise the distinct and overlapping mechanisms of 25 key environmental risk factors for psychosis, and link these to mechanistic pathways that may contribute to neurochemical alterations hypothesised to underlie psychotic symptoms...
May 4, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38697380/frans-de-waal-the-last-revolutionary
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Augusto Vitale
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April 30, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38697379/exploring-the-impact-of-music-on-response-to-ketamine-esketamine-a-scoping-review
#34
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Mina Kheirkhah, Allison C Nugent, Alicia A Livinski, Lucinda Neely, Sara C Johnson, Ioline D Henter, Shahaboddin Dabaghi Varnosfaderani, Rebecca B Price, Nadia Hejazi, Mani Yavi, Hamidreza Jamalabadi, Nooshin Javaheripour, Martin Walter, Carlos A Zarate
Music and ketamine are both known to affect therapeutic outcomes, but few studies have investigated their co-administration. This scoping review describes the existing literature on the joint use of music and ketamine-or esketamine (the S(+) enantiomer of ketamine)-in humans. The review considers that extant studies have explored the intersection of ketamine/esketamine and music in healthy volunteers and in patients of various age groups, at different dosages, through different treatment processes, and have varied the sequence of playing music relative to ketamine/esketamine administration...
April 30, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38685290/autism-spectrum-disorder-asd-and-sexual-offending-a-systematic-review
#35
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Anna Margari, Gabriele De Agazio, Lucia Marzulli, Francesco Maria Piarulli, Gabriele Mandarelli, Roberto Catanesi, Felice Francesco Carabellese, Samuele Cortese
The relationship between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and sexual offending (SO) is an overlooked issue, both in clinical practice and in research. Based on a pre-specified protocol (PROSPERO: CRD42024501598), we systematically searched Pubmed and Scopus, between January 1st , 1994 and January 12th , 2024, for articles related to SO in ASD. Study quality was assessed with study design-specific tools (Study Quality Assessment Tools, NHLBI, NIH). We found 19 relevant publications (five cross-sectional studies, two case-control studies, and 12 case reports)...
April 27, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38678736/neuromelanin-levels-in-individuals-with-substance-use-disorders-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
#36
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Jessica Ahrens, Farida Zaher, Rachel A Rabin, Clifford M Cassidy, Lena Palaniyappan
Dopamine's role in addiction has been extensively studied, revealing disruptions in its functioning throughout all addiction stages. Neuromelanin in the substantia nigra (SN) may reflect dopamine auto-oxidation, and can be quantified using neuromelaninsensitive magnetic resonance imaging (neuromelanin-MRI) in a non-invasive manner.In this pre-registered systematic review, we assess the current body of evidence related to neuromelanin levels in substance use disorders, using both post-mortem and MRI examinations...
April 27, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38678735/insights-from-animal-models-on-insulin-signalling-disturbances-and-related-diseases-in-neurological-and-mental-conditions
#37
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David Anthony Slattery
There has been a growing awareness of the need for scientific research to focus on somatic and mental comorbidities in recent years due to the emerging evidence showing their substantial overlap at numerous levels. In this special issue, initiated by members of the EU-funded PRIME consortium ("Prevention and Remediation of Insulin Multimorbidity in Europe; www.prime-study.eu), the focus is on the comorbidities of metabolic disturbances, especially related to insulin signalling dysregulation and mental and neurological disorders...
April 27, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38670298/dysfunctions-of-cellular-context-sensitivity-in-neurodevelopmental-learning-disabilities
#38
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Alberto Granato, William A Phillips, Jan M Schulz, Mototaka Suzuki, Matthew E Larkum
Pyramidal neurons have a pivotal role in the cognitive capabilities of neocortex. Though they have been predominantly modeled as integrate-and-fire point processors, many of them have another point of input integration in their apical dendrites that is central to mechanisms endowing them with the sensitivity to context that underlies basic cognitive capabilities. Here we review evidence implicating impairments of those mechanisms in three major neurodevelopmental disabilities, fragile X, Down syndrome, and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders...
April 24, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38657845/parenting-behaviors-in-mice-olfactory-mechanisms-and-features-in-models-of-autism-spectrum-disorders
#39
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Ana Dudas, Thiago S Nakahara, Lucie P Pellissier, Pablo Chamero
Rodents, along with numerous other mammals, heavily depend on olfactory cues to navigate their social interactions. Processing of olfactory sensory inputs is mediated by conserved brain circuits that ultimately trigger social behaviors, such as social interactions and parental care. Although innate, parenting is influenced by internal states, social experience, genetics, and the environment, and any significant disruption of these factors can impact the social circuits. Here, we review the molecular mechanisms and social circuits from the olfactory epithelium to central processing that initiate parental behaviors and their dysregulations that may contribute to the social impairments in mouse models of autism spectrum disorders (ASD)...
April 22, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38649125/lateral-septum-as-a-possible-regulatory-center-of-maternal-behaviors
#40
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Gina Puska, Vivien Szendi, Arpád Dobolyi
The lateral septum (LS) is involved in controlling anxiety, aggression, feeding, and other motivated behaviors. Lesion studies have also implicated the LS in various forms of caring behaviors. Recently, novel experimental tools have provided a more detailed insight into the function of the LS, including the specific role of distinct cell types and their neuronal connections in behavioral regulations, in which the LS participates. This article discusses the regulation of different types of maternal behavioral alterations using the distributions of established maternal hormones such as prolactin, estrogens, and the neuropeptide oxytocin...
April 20, 2024: Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
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