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    • Multi-vendor standardized sequence for edited magnetic resonance spectroscopy 

      Saleh, Muhammad G.; Rimbault, Daniel; Mikkelsen, Mark; Oeltzschner, Georg; Wang, Anna M; Jiang, Dengrong; Alhamud, Ali; Near, Jamie; Schär, Michael; Noeske, Ralph; Murdoch, James B; Ersland, Lars; Craven, Alexander R.; Dwyer, Gerard Eric; Grüner, Renate; Pan, Li; Ahn, Sinyeob; Edden, Richard A.E. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Spectral editing allows direct measurement of low-concentration metabolites, such as GABA, glutathione (GSH) and lactate (Lac), relevant for understanding brain (patho)physiology. The most widely used spectral editing ...
    • A multimodal study of the effects of tDCS on dorsolateral prefrontal and temporo-parietal areas during dichotic listening 

      Marquardt, Lynn Anne; Kusztrits, Isabella; Craven, Alexander R.; Hugdahl, Kenneth; Specht, Karsten; Hirnstein, Marco (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      The underlying neural mechanisms of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), especially beyond the primary motor cortex, remain unclear. Several studies examined tDCS effects on either functional activity, ...
    • The "myths" of low back pain: status quo in norwegian general practitioners and physiotherapists 

      Ihlebæk, Camilla Martha; Eriksen, Hege Randi (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2004)
      Background. In 2001, several myths of low back pain still were alive in the general population in Norway, myths that were not in concordance with current guidelines. Objectives. To investigate perceptions about back pain ...
    • Neocortical substrates of feelings evoked with music in the ACC, insula, and somatosensory cortex 

      Kölsch, Stefan; Cheung, Vincent K. M.; Jentschke, Sebastian; Haynes, John-Dylan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Neurobiological models of emotion focus traditionally on limbic/paralimbic regions as neural substrates of emotion generation, and insular cortex (in conjunction with isocortical anterior cingulate cortex, ACC) as the ...
    • A network module for the perseus software for computational proteomics facilitates proteome interaction graph analysis 

      Rudolph, Jan Daniel; Cox, Jürgen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-04-01)
      Proteomics data analysis strongly benefits from not studying single proteins in isolation but taking their multivariate interdependence into account. We introduce PerseusNet, the new Perseus network module for the biological ...
    • The neural correlates of sex differences in left-right confusion 

      Hjelmervik, Helene; Westerhausen, Rene; Hirnstein, Marco; Specht, Karsten; Hausmann, Markus (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015-03-14)
      Difficulties in left–right discrimination (LRD) are commonly experienced in everyday life situations. Here we investigate the neurocognitive mechanisms of LRD and the specific role of left angular gyrus. Given that previous ...
    • Neural plasticity in functional and anatomical MRI studies of children with Tourette syndrome 

      Eichele, Heike; Plessen, Kerstin J. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2013)
      Background: Tourette syndrome (TS) is a neuropsychiatric disorder with childhood onset characterized by chronic motor and vocal tics. The typical clinical course of an attenuation of symptoms during adolescence in parallel ...
    • Neurocognitive Development and Predictors of L1 and L2 Literacy Skills in Dyslexia: A Longitudinal Study of Children 5–11 Years Old 

      Helland, Turid; Morken, Frøydis (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015-10-29)
      The aim of this study was to find valid neurocognitive precursors of literacy development in first language (L1, Norwegian) and second language (L2, English) in a group of children during their Pre-literacy, Emergent ...
    • Neuronal underpinnings of stuttering 

      Kovalchuk, Galyna (Master thesis, 2016-05-24)
      Fluent speech production depends on robust connections between brain regions that are crucial for auditory processing, motor planning and execution. The ability of the speech apparatus to produce effortless, continuous and ...
    • The neurophysiological correlates of religious chanting 

      Gao, Junling; Leung, Hang Kin; Wu, Bonnie Wai Yan; Skouras, Stavros; Sik, Hin Hung (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-03-12)
      Despite extensive research on various types of meditation, research on the neural correlates of religious chanting is in a nascent stage. Using multi-modal electrophysiological and neuroimaging methods, we illustrate that ...
    • Neuroplastic effects in patients with traumatic brain injury after music-supported therapy 

      Vik, Berit; Skeie, Geir Olve; Specht, Karsten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Damage to the orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) often occurs following a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and can lead to complex behavioral changes, including difficulty with attention and concentration. We investigated the effects ...
    • Neuropsychological functioning in a national cohort of severe traumatic brain injury: demographic and acute injury-related predictors 

      Sigurdardottir, Solrun; Andelic, Nada; Wehling, Eike; Røe, Cecilie; Anke, Audny; Skandsen, Toril; Holthe, Øyvor; Jerstad, Tone; Aslaksen, Per Matti; Schanke, Anne-Kristine (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015)
      Objectives: To determine the rates of cognitive impairment 1 year after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and to examine the influence of demographic, injury severity, rehabilitation, and subacute functional outcomes on ...
    • New Approaches to the Use of Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy for Investigating the Pathophysiology of Auditory-Verbal Hallucinations 

      Dwyer, Gerard Eric (Doctoral thesis, 2019-10-09)
      Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be considered one of the most useful technological developments in the field of cognitive neuroscience. Above the ability to provide detailed anatomical images, MRI has afforded researchers ...
    • No Effects of Anodal tDCS on Local GABA and Glx Levels in the Left Posterior Superior Temporal Gyrus 

      Dwyer, Gerard Eric; Craven, Alexander R.; Hirnstein, Marco; Kompus, Kristiina; Assmus, Jörg; Ersland, Lars; Hugdahl, Kenneth; Grüner, Renate (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-01-08)
      A number of studies investigating the biological effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) using magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) have found that it may affect local levels of γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA), ...
    • No escaping the rat race: simulated night shift work alters the time-of-day variation in BMAL1 translational activity in the prefrontal cortex 

      Marti, Andrea Rørvik; Patil, Sudarshan; Mrdalj, Jelena; Meerlo, Peter; Skrede, Silje; Pallesen, Ståle; Pedersen, Torhild; Bramham, Clive R.; Grønli, Janne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017-10-04)
      Millions of people worldwide work during the night, resulting in disturbed circadian rhythms and sleep loss. This may cause deficits in cognitive functions, impaired alertness and increased risk of errors and accidents. ...
    • No sex difference in an everyday multitasking paradigm 

      Hirnstein, Marco; Larøi, Frank; Laloyaux, Julien Freddy (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-03)
      According to popular beliefs and anecdotes, females best males when handling multiple tasks at the same time. However, there is relatively little empirical evidence as to whether there truly is a sex difference in multitasking ...
    • Nondirective meditation activates brain areas associated with retrieval of memories and emotional processing 

      Xu, Jian; Vik, Alexandra; Groote, Inge Rasmus; Lagopoulos, Jim; Holen, Are; Ellingsen, Øyvind; Håberg, Asta; Davanger, Svend (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014-02-26)
      Nondirective meditation techniques are practiced with a relaxed focus of attention that permits spontaneously occurring thoughts, images, sensations, memories, and emotions to emerge and pass freely, without any expectation ...
    • Nonsocial cognitive underpinnings of theory of mind in schizophrenia 

      Sjølie, Charlotte; Meyn, Emilie K.; Raudeberg, Rune; Andreassen, Ole Andreas; Vaskinn, Anja (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Social cognition is a mediator between nonsocial cognition and functional outcome in schizophrenia. However, the relationship between specific nonsocial cognitive and social cognitive domains is less clear. The aim of this ...
    • Nordmenn i fengsel: Motiv for utdanning 

      Manger, Terje; Eikeland, Ole-Johan; Roth, Beate Buanes; Asbjørnsen, Arve Egil (Opplæring innanforkriminalomsorga, Rapport 4/13, Research report, 2013)
      Training and education for those in prison constitutes an important but often neglected aspect of adult learning. A fundamental principle of Norwegian prison policy states that prisoners should have the same access to ...
    • Nordmenn i fengsel: Utdanning, arbeid og kompetanse 

      Eikeland, Ole-Johan; Manger, Terje; Asbjørnsen, Arve Egil (Opplæring innanforkriminalomsorga, Rapport 3/13, Research report, 2013)
      Training and education for those in prison constitute an important but often neglected aspect of adult learning. A fundamental principle of Norwegian prison policy states that prisoners should have the same access to social ...