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https://read.qxmd.com/read/37889371/within-individual-bold-signal-variability-and-its-implications-for-task-based-cognition-a-systematic-review
#21
REVIEW
Stephanie N Steinberg, Tricia Z King
Within-individual blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) signal variability, intrinsic moment-to-moment signal fluctuations within a single individual in specific voxels across a given time course, is a relatively new metric recognized in the neuroimaging literature. Within-individual BOLD signal variability has been postulated to provide information beyond that provided by mean-based analysis. Synthesis of the literature using within-individual BOLD signal variability methodology to examine various cognitive domains is needed to understand how intrinsic signal fluctuations contribute to optimal performance...
October 27, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37882864/a-systematic-review-of-tacs-effects-on-cognitive-functioning-in-older-adults-across-the-healthy-to-dementia-spectrum
#22
REVIEW
Jacob D Kraft, Benjamin M Hampstead
Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) is a form of noninvasive brain stimulation that has experienced rapid growth within the aging population over the past decade due to its potential for modulating cognitive functioning across the "intact" to dementia spectrum. For this reason, we performed a systematic review of the literature to evaluate the efficacy of tACS on cognitive functioning in older adults, including those with cognitive impairment. Our review was completed in June 2023 using Psych INFO, Embase, PubMed, and Cochrane databases...
October 26, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37843739/five-challenges-in-implementing-cognitive-remediation-for-patients-with-substance-use-disorders-in-clinical-settings
#23
REVIEW
Pierre Maurage, Benjamin Rolland, Anne-Lise Pitel, Fabien D'Hondt
Many patients with substance use disorders (SUDs) present cognitive deficits, which are associated with clinical outcomes. Neuropsychological remediation might help rehabilitate cognitive functions in these populations, hence improving treatment effectiveness. Nardo and colleagues (Neuropsychology Review, 32, 161-191, 2022) reviewed 32 studies applying cognitive remediation for patients with SUDs. They underlined the heterogeneity and lack of quality of studies in this research field but concluded that cognitive remediation remains a promising tool for addictive disorders...
October 16, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37798373/cognition-in-chiari-malformation-type-i-an-update-of-a-systematic-review
#24
REVIEW
Maitane García, Imanol Amayra, Manuel Pérez, Monika Salgueiro, Oscar Martínez, Juan Francisco López-Paz, Philip A Allen
Chiari malformation has been classified as a group of posterior cranial fossa disorders characterized by hindbrain herniation. Chiari malformation type I (CM-I) is the most common subtype, ranging from asymptomatic patients to those with severe disorders. Research about clinical manifestations or medical treatments is still growing, but cognitive functioning has been less explored. The aim of this systematic review is to update the literature search about cognitive deficits in CM-I patients. A literature search was performed through the following electronic databases: MEDLINE, PsychINFO, Pubmed, Cochrane Library, Scopus, and Web of Science...
October 6, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37796428/hand-preference-in-stuttering-meta-analyses
#25
REVIEW
Marietta Papadatou-Pastou, Anastasia-Konstantina Papadopoulou, Christos Samsouris, Annakarina Mundorf, Maria-Myrto Valtou, Sebastian Ocklenburg
Reduced hemispheric asymmetries, as well as their behavioral manifestation in the form of atypical handedness (i.e., non-right, left-, or mixed-handedness), are linked to neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism spectrum disorder, and several psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia. One neurodevelopmental disorder that is associated with reduced hemispheric asymmetries, but for which findings on behavioral laterality are conflicting, is stuttering. Here, we report a series of meta-analyses of studies that report handedness (assessed as hand preference) levels in individuals who stutter (otherwise healthy) compared to controls...
October 5, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37792075/behavioral-treatment-for-speech-and-language-in-primary-progressive-aphasia-and-primary-progressive-apraxia-of-speech-a-systematic-review
#26
REVIEW
Lisa D Wauters, Karen Croot, Heather R Dial, Joseph R Duffy, Stephanie M Grasso, Esther Kim, Kristin Schaffer Mendez, Kirrie J Ballard, Heather M Clark, Leeah Kohley, Laura L Murray, Emily J Rogalski, Mathieu Figeys, Lisa Milman, Maya L Henry
Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) and primary progressive apraxia of speech (PPAOS) are neurodegenerative syndromes characterized by progressive decline in language or speech. There is a growing number of studies investigating speech-language interventions for PPA/PPAOS. An updated systematic evaluation of the treatment evidence is warranted to inform best clinical practice and guide future treatment research. We systematically reviewed the evidence for behavioral treatment for speech and language in this population...
October 4, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37747652/fnirs-studies-of-individuals-with-speech-and-language-impairment-underreport-sociodemographics-a-systematic-review
#27
REVIEW
Teresa Girolamo, Lindsay Butler, Rebecca Canale, Richard N Aslin, Inge-Marie Eigsti
Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a promising tool for scientific discovery and clinical application. However, its utility depends upon replicable reporting. We evaluate reporting of sociodemographics in fNIRS studies of speech and language impairment and asked the following: (1) Do refereed fNIRS publications report participant sociodemographics? (2) For what reasons are participants excluded from analysis? This systematic review was preregistered with PROSPERO (CRD42022342959) and followed the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses protocol...
September 25, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37736863/hemispheric-asymmetry-in-tms-induced-effects-on-spatial-attention-a-meta-analysis
#28
REVIEW
Ting Wang, Tom de Graaf, Lisabel Tanner, Teresa Schuhmann, Felix Duecker, Alexander T Sack
Hemispheric asymmetry is a fundamental principle in the functional architecture of the brain. It plays an important role in attention research where right hemisphere dominance is core to many attention theories. Lesion studies seem to confirm such hemispheric dominance with patients being more likely to develop left hemineglect after right hemispheric stroke than vice versa. However, the underlying concept of hemispheric dominance is still not entirely clear. Brain stimulation studies using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) might be able to illuminate this concept...
September 22, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37736862/the-thalamus-in-perioperative-neurocognitive-disorders
#29
REVIEW
Marinus Fislage, Norman Zacharias, Insa Feinkohl
Thalamus function and structure are known predictors of individual differences in the risk of age-related neurocognitive disorders (NCD), such as dementia. However, to date, little is known about their role in the perioperative setting. Here, we provide a narrative review of brain-imaging studies of preoperative and postoperative thalamus scanning parameters associated with risks of developing perioperative NCD, such as postoperative delirium (POD) and postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) during the postoperative phase...
September 22, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37736861/genuine-memory-deficits-as-assessed-by-the-free-and-cued-selective-reminding-test-fcsrt-in-the-behavioural-variant-of-frontotemporal-dementia-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis-study
#30
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Luigi Macchitella, Giorgia Tosi, Francesco Giaquinto, Marika Iaia, Ezia Rizzi, Ylenia Chiarello, Maxime Bertoux, Paola Angelelli, Daniele Luigi Romano
The current diagnostic criteria for the behavioural variant of frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD) foresee a relative sparing of long-term memory. Although bvFTD patients were thought to report secondary memory deficits associated with prefrontal dysfunctions, some studies indicated the presence of a "genuine memory deficit" related to mesial temporal lobe dysfunctions. Among various neuropsychological tests, the Free and Cue Selective Reminding Test (FCSRT) has been recommended to distinguish genuine from apparent amnesia...
September 22, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37695451/neuropsychological-deficits-in-disordered-screen-use-behaviours-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
#31
REVIEW
Michoel L Moshel, Wayne A Warburton, Jennifer Batchelor, Joanne M Bennett, Katherine Y Ko
Over the last few decades, excessive and disordered screen use has become more prevalent, prompting investigations into its associated consequences. The extent to which disordered screen use behaviours impact neuropsychological functioning has been reportedly mixed and at times inconsistent. This review sought to synthesise the literature and estimate the magnitude of overall cognitive impairment across a wide range of disordered screen use behaviours. We also sought to determine the cognitive domains most impacted, and whether the observed impairments were moderated by the classification of screen-related behaviours (i...
September 11, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37667058/systematic-review-of-gaming-and-neuropsychological-assessment-of-social-cognition
#32
REVIEW
Elodie Hurel, Marie Grall-Bronnec, Orianne Bouillard, Marion Chirio-Espitalier, Malcolm Barrangou-Poueys-Darlas, Gaëlle Challet-Bouju
Playing video games is associated with cognitive changes and possibly psychosocial difficulties. Problematic gaming occurs upon the loss of control over videogame playing; gaming disorder is considered a behavioral addiction in the 11th version of the International Classification of Diseases. Models used to understand behavioral addictions include cognition as an essential factor in the development, maintenance, and relapse of addiction. Nevertheless, some aspects of cognition, such as social cognition, remain underexplored, despite evidence of alterations in cognitive and social function among patients with problematic gaming...
September 5, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37667057/comparing-the-symptomatology-of-post-stroke-depression-with-depression-in-the-general-population-a-systematic-review
#33
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J J Blake, F Gracey, S Whitmore, N M Broomfield
Previous research into the phenomenological differences of post-stroke depression (PSD) has typically focused on comparisons of symptom profiles between stroke and non-stroke population controls. This systematic review aimed to synthesize these findings with results from other methodological approaches that contribute to an understanding of phenomenological differences. Articles were identified via a systematic search of seven databases and additional manual searching. A narrative synthesis approach was adopted because of the high methodological heterogeneity...
September 5, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37612531/review-of-statistical-and-methodological-issues-in-the-forensic-prediction-of-malingering-from-validity-tests-part-i-statistical-issues
#34
REVIEW
Christoph Leonhard
Forensic neuropsychological examinations with determination of malingering have tremendous social, legal, and economic consequences. Thousands of studies have been published aimed at developing and validating methods to diagnose malingering in forensic settings, based largely on approximately 50 validity tests, including embedded and stand-alone performance validity tests. This is the first part of a two-part review. Part I explores three statistical issues related to the validation of validity tests as predictors of malingering, including (a) the need to report a complete set of classification accuracy statistics, (b) how to detect and handle collinearity among validity tests, and (c) how to assess the classification accuracy of algorithms for aggregating information from multiple validity tests...
August 24, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37594695/gradient-organization-of-space-time-and-numbers-in-the-brain-a-meta-analysis-of-neuroimaging-studies
#35
REVIEW
Giorgia Cona, Martin Wiener, Francesco Allegrini, Cristina Scarpazza
In this study, we ran a meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies to pinpoint the neural regions that are commonly activated across space, time, and numerosity, and we tested the existence of gradient transitions among these magnitude representations in the brain. Following PRISMA guidelines, we included in the meta-analysis 112 experiments (for space domain), 114 experiments (time domain), and 115 experiments (numerosity domain), and we used the activation likelihood estimation method. We found a system of brain regions that was commonly recruited in all the three magnitudes, which included bilateral insula, the supplementary motor area (SMA), the right inferior frontal gyrus, and bilateral intraparietal sulci...
August 18, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37594694/editorial
#36
EDITORIAL
Stephen C Bowden, David W Loring
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
August 18, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37594693/invited-commentary-advancing-but-not-yet-advanced-assessment-of-effort-malingering-in-forensic-and-clinical-settings
#37
REVIEW
David Faust
Neuropsychologists' conclusions and courtroom testimony on malingering can have profound impact. Intensive and ingenious research has advanced our capacities to identify both insufficient and sufficient effort and thus make worthy contributions to just conflict resolution. Nevertheless, given multiple converging factors, such as misleadingly high accuracy rates in many studies, practitioners may well develop inflated confidence in methods for evaluating effort/malingering. Considerable research shows that overconfidence often increases diagnostic and predictive error and may lead to fixed conclusions when caution is better advised...
August 18, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37594692/invited-commentary-bayesian-inference-with-multiple-tests
#38
REVIEW
Paul A Jewsbury
Dr. Leonhard presents a comprehensive and insightful critique of the existing malingering research literature and its implications for neuropsychological practice. Their statistical critique primarily focuses on the crucial issue of diagnostic inference when multiple tests are involved. While Leonhard effectively addresses certain misunderstandings, there are some overlooked misconceptions within the literature and a few new confusions were introduced. In order to provide a balanced commentary, this evaluation considers both Leonhard's critiques and the malingering research literature...
August 18, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37594691/quo-vadis-forensic-neuropsychological-malingering-determinations-reply-to-drs-bush-faust-and-jewsbury
#39
REVIEW
Christoph Leonhard
The thoughtful commentaries in this volume of Drs. Bush, Jewsbury, and Faust add to the impact of the two reviews in this volume of statistical and methodological issues in the forensic neuropsychological determination of malingering based on performance and symptom validity tests (PVTs and SVTs). In his commentary, Dr. Bush raises, among others, the important question of whether such malingering determinations can still be considered as meeting the legal Daubert standard which is the basis for neuropsychological expert testimony...
August 18, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37594690/review-of-statistical-and-methodological-issues-in-the-forensic-prediction-of-malingering-from-validity-tests-part-ii-methodological-issues
#40
REVIEW
Christoph Leonhard
Forensic neuropsychological examinations to detect malingering in patients with neurocognitive, physical, and psychological dysfunction have tremendous social, legal, and economic importance. Thousands of studies have been published to develop and validate methods to forensically detect malingering based largely on approximately 50 validity tests, including embedded and stand-alone performance and symptom validity tests. This is Part II of a two-part review of statistical and methodological issues in the forensic prediction of malingering based on validity tests...
August 18, 2023: Neuropsychology Review
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