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A lateralized model of the pain-depression dyad.

Anne Margarette S Maallo, Eric A Moulton, Christine B Sieberg, Donald B Giddon, David Borsook, Scott A Holmes,

Chronic pain and depression are two frequently co-occurring and debilitating conditions. Even though the former is treated as a physical affliction, and the latter as a mental illness, both disorders closely share neural substrates. Here, we review the association of pain with depression, especially when symptoms are lateralized on either ... Read more >>

Neurosci Biobehav Rev (Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews)
[2021, 127:876-883]

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Commentary: Novel Use of Offset Analgesia to Assess Adolescents and Adults with Treatment Resistant Endometriosis-Associated Pain.

Claire E Lunde, Edina Szabo, Scott A Holmes, David Borsook, Christine B Sieberg,

<h4>Background and objective</h4>Endometriosis, affecting approximately 176 million adults and adolescents worldwide, is a debilitating condition in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus. The condition costs the US economy approximately $78 billion annually in pain-related disability. By understanding the neural underpinnings of endometriosis-associated pain (EAP) and risk factors for chronification, ... Read more >>

J Pain Res (Journal of pain research)
[2020, 13:2775-2782]

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Clinical features and sex differences in pediatric post-traumatic headache: A retrospective chart review at a Boston area concussion clinic.

Haley McEvoy, David Borsook, Scott A Holmes,

<h4>Background</h4>Often concussion/mTBI triggers a chronic headache syndrome called persistent post-traumatic headache (P-PTH) that can last from months to years post-injury, and produce significant disruption of childhood education, social interaction and development. Although prevalent and highly disabling, P-PTH is underrepresented in headache and pain research and lacks clear definition and pathophysiology. ... Read more >>

Cephalalgia (Cephalalgia : an international journal of headache)
[2020, 40(7):701-711]

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Delineating conditions and subtypes in chronic pain using neuroimaging.

Scott A Holmes, Jaymin Upadhyay, David Borsook,

Differentiating subtypes of chronic pain still remains a challenge-both from a subjective and objective point of view. Personalized medicine is the current goal of modern medical care and is limited by the subjective nature of patient self-reporting of symptoms and behavioral evaluation. Physiology-focused techniques such as genome and epigenetic analyses ... Read more >>

Pain Rep (Pain reports)
[2019, 4(4):e768]

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Evaluating task-based brain network activity in pediatric subjects with an mTBI: mechanisms of functional compensation are symptom-level dependent.

Scott A Holmes, Rajeet Singh-Saluja, Jen-Kai Chen, Isabelle Gagnon, Alain Ptito,

The diagnosis of a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) places large emphasis on patient-reported symptoms which has restricted our ability to evaluate patients. Task-based functional magnetic resonance imaging has the potential to act as an objective measurement of abnormal brain activity and inform clinical decision-making; however, there is little research ... Read more >>

Brain Inj (Brain injury)
[2019, 33(3):383-393]

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Combined structural and functional patterns discriminating upper limb motor disability in multiple sclerosis using multivariate approaches.

Jidan Zhong, David Qixiang Chen, Julia C Nantes, Scott A Holmes, Mojgan Hodaie, Lisa Koski,

A structural or functional pattern of neuroplasticity that could systematically discriminate between people with impaired and preserved motor performance could help us to understand the brain networks contributing to preservation or compensation of behavior in multiple sclerosis (MS). This study aimed to (1) investigate whether a machine learning-based technique could ... Read more >>

Brain Imaging Behav (Brain imaging and behavior)
[2017, 11(3):754-768]

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GABA and glutamate levels correlate with MTR and clinical disability: Insights from multiple sclerosis.

Julia C Nantes, S├ębastien Proulx, Jidan Zhong, Scott A Holmes, Sridar Narayanan, Robert A Brown, Richard D Hoge, Lisa Koski,

Converging areas of research have implicated glutamate and ╬│-aminobutyric acid (GABA) as key players in neuronal signalling and other central functions. Further research is needed, however, to identify microstructural and behavioral links to regional variability in levels of these neurometabolites, particularly in the presence of demyelinating disease. Thus, we sought ... Read more >>

Neuroimage (NeuroImage)
[2017, 157:705-715]

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Corrigendum to "Intracortical inhibition abnormality during the remission phase of multiple sclerosis is related to upper limb dexterity and lesions" [Clin. Neurophysiol. 127 (2016) 1503-1511].

Julia C Nantes, Jidan Zhong, Scott A Holmes, Benjamin Whatley, Sridar Narayanan, Yves Lapierre, Douglas L Arnold, Lisa Koski,

Clin Neurophysiol (Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology)
[2017, 128(2):393]

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Abnormal functional connectivity and cortical integrity influence dominant hand motor disability in multiple sclerosis: a multimodal analysis.

Jidan Zhong, Julia C Nantes, Scott A Holmes, Serge Gallant, Sridar Narayanan, Lisa Koski,

Functional reorganization and structural damage occur in the brains of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) throughout the disease course. However, the relationship between resting-state functional connectivity (FC) reorganization in the sensorimotor network and motor disability in MS is not well understood. This study used resting-state fMRI, T1-weighted and T2-weighted, and ... Read more >>

Hum Brain Mapp (Human brain mapping)
[2016, 37(12):4262-4275]

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Cortical Damage and Disability in Multiple Sclerosis: Relation to Intracortical Inhibition and Facilitation.

Julia C Nantes, Jidan Zhong, Scott A Holmes, Sridar Narayanan, Yves Lapierre, Lisa Koski,

<h4>Background</h4>Multimodal research combining biomarkers of intracortical activity and cortical damage could shed light on pathophysiological and adaptive neural processes related to the clinical severity of neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS).<h4>Objective</h4>Among people with relapsing-remitting and progressive forms of MS, we assessed the extent to which transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)-based ... Read more >>

Brain Stimul (Brain stimulation)
[2016, 9(4):566-573]

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Intracortical inhibition abnormality during the remission phase of multiple sclerosis is related to upper limb dexterity and lesions.

Julia C Nantes, Jidan Zhong, Scott A Holmes, Benjamin Whatley, Sridar Narayanan, Yves Lapierre, Douglas L Arnold, Lisa Koski,

<h4>Objective</h4>The impact of inhibitory cortical activity on motor impairment of people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) has not been fully elucidated despite its relevance to neurorehabilitation. The present study assessed the extent to which transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)-based metrics of intracortical inhibition are related to motor disability and brain damage.<h4>Methods</h4>Participants ... Read more >>

Clin Neurophysiol (Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology)
[2016, 127(2):1503-1511]

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An Inverse Grip Starting Posture Gives Rise to Time-Dependent Adherence to Weber's Law: A Reply to Ganel et al. (2014).

Matthew Heath, Shirin Davarpanah Jazi, Scott A Holmes,

J Vis (Journal of vision)
[2015, 15(6):1]

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Distinct visual cues mediate aperture shaping for grasping and pantomime-grasping tasks.

Scott A Holmes, Jennifer Lohmus, Shelby McKinnon, Ali Mulla, Matthew Heath,

The authors examined whether the top-down requirements of dissociating the spatial relations between stimulus and response in a goal-directed grasping task renders the mediation of aperture trajectories via relative visual information. To address that issue, participants grasped differently sized target objects (i.e., grasping condition) and also grasped to a location ... Read more >>

J Mot Behav (Journal of motor behavior)
[2013, 45(5):431-439]

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Assessing aggression following traumatic brain injury: a systematic review of validated aggression scales.

Michael D Cusimano, Scott A Holmes, Carolyn Sawicki, Jane Topolovec-Vranic,

<h4>Background</h4>Every year, millions of people worldwide suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Aggressive behavior, a known psychological symptom following TBI, has been regarded as an obstacle toward rehabilitation. Having measures that accurately assess aggression during rehabilitation is critical toward proper evaluation.<h4>Objective</h4>To undertake a systematic review of the validated scales used to ... Read more >>

J Head Trauma Rehabil (The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation)
[2014, 29(2):172-184]

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Goal-directed grasping: the dimensional properties of an object influence the nature of the visual information mediating aperture shaping.

Scott A Holmes, Matthew Heath,

An issue of continued debate in the visuomotor control literature surrounds whether a 2D object serves as a representative proxy for a 3D object in understanding the nature of the visual information supporting grasping control. In an effort to reconcile this issue, we examined the extent to which aperture profiles ... Read more >>

Brain Cogn (Brain and cognition)
[2013, 82(1):18-24]

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Grasping time does not influence the early adherence of aperture shaping to Weber's law.

Matthew Heath, Scott A Holmes, Ali Mulla, Gordon Binsted,

The "just noticeable difference" (JND) represents the minimum amount by which a stimulus must change to produce a noticeable variation in one's perceptual experience (i.e., Weber's law). Recent work has shown that within-participant standard deviations of grip aperture (i.e., JNDs) increase linearly with increasing object size during the early, but ... Read more >>

Front Hum Neurosci (Frontiers in human neuroscience)
[2012, 6:332]

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Pro- and antisaccades: dissociating stimulus and response influences the online control of saccade trajectories.

Jeffrey Weiler, Scott A Holmes, Ali Mulla, Matthew Heath,

The authors examined whether the diminished online control of antisaccades is related to a trade-off between movement planning and control or the remapping of target properties to a mirror-symmetrical location (i.e., vector inversion). Pro- and antisaccades were examined in a standard no-delay schedule wherein target onset served as the movement ... Read more >>

J Mot Behav (Journal of motor behavior)
[2011, 43(5):375-381]

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Visually and memory-guided grasping: aperture shaping exhibits a time-dependent scaling to Weber's law.

Scott A Holmes, Ali Mulla, Gordon Binsted, Matthew Heath,

The 'just noticeable difference' (JND) represents the minimum amount by which a stimulus must change to produce a noticeable variation in one's perceptual experience and is related to initial stimulus magnitude (i.e., Weber's law). The goal of the present study was to determine whether aperture shaping for visually derived and ... Read more >>

Vision Res (Vision research)
[2011, 51(17):1941-1948]

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The visual coding of grip aperture shows an early but not late adherence to Weber's law.

Matthew Heath, Ali Mulla, Scott A Holmes, Lisa R Smuskowitz,

An exemplar metric of goal-directed grasping (i.e., peak grip aperture) has been shown to be refractory to a psychophysical principle governing visuoperceptual estimations of object size (i.e., Weber's law). This dissociation suggests that vision for action and vision for perception are mediated by absolute and relative visual information, respectively. The ... Read more >>

Neurosci Lett (Neuroscience letters)
[2011, 490(3):200-204]

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