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Connecting brain and behavior in clinical neuroscience: A network approach.

Tessa F Blanken, Joe Bathelt, Marie K Deserno, Lily Voge, Denny Borsboom, Linda Douw,

In recent years, there has been an increase in applications of network science in many different fields. In clinical neuroscience and psychopathology, the developments and applications of network science have occurred mostly simultaneously, but without much collaboration between the two fields. The promise of integrating these network applications lies in ... Read more >>

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Fear conditioning and extinction in obsessive-compulsive disorder: A systematic review.

Samuel E Cooper, Joseph E Dunsmoor,

Laboratory experiments using fear conditioning and extinction protocols help lay the groundwork for designing, testing, and optimizing innovative treatments for anxiety-related disorders. Yet, there is limited basic research on fear conditioning and extinction in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). This is surprising because exposure-based treatments based on associative learning principles are among ... Read more >>

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Neuroinflammation in Autism Spectrum Disorders: Exercise as a "Pharmacological" Tool.

Chrystiane V A Toscano, Leonardo Barros, Ahlan B Lima, Thiago Nunes, Humberto M Carvalho, Joana M Gaspar,

The worldwide prevalence of ASD is around 1%. Although the pathogenesis of ASD is not entirely understood, it is recognized that a combination of genetic, epigenetics, environmental factors and immune system dysfunction can play an essential role in its development. It has been suggested that autism results from the central ... Read more >>

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Cortical and subcortical contributions to interference resolution and inhibition - An fMRI ALE meta-analysis.

S J S Isherwood, M C Keuken, P L Bazin, B U Forstmann,

Interacting with our environment requires the selection of appropriate responses and the inhibition of others. Such effortful inhibition is achieved by a number of interference resolution and global inhibition processes. This meta-analysis including 57 studies and 73 contrasts revisits the overlap and differences in brain areas supporting interference resolution and ... Read more >>

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Linking irritability and functional brain networks: a transdiagnostic case for expanding consideration of development and environment in RDoC.

Ashely N Nielsen, Lauren S Wakschlag, Elizabeth S Norton,

The National Institute of Mental Health Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) framework promotes the dimensional and transdiagnostic operationalization of psychopathology, but consideration of the neurodevelopmental foundations of mental health problems requires deeper examination. Irritability, the dispositional tendency to angry emotion that has both mood and behavioral elements, is dimensional, transdiagnostic, and ... Read more >>

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Characterizing change in vagal tone during the first three years of life: A systematic review and empirical examination across two longitudinal samples.

Nicholas J Wagner, Steven Holochwost, Sarah Lynch, Roger Mills-Koonce, Cathi Propper,

Functioning of the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS), most often indexed by respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA), influences the volitional, cognitively-mediated forms of self-regulation across development. However, despite its clear relevance to children's self-regulation, and its utility as a transdiagnostic biomarker of emotion dysregulation and psychopathology, the ontogeny of vagal tone under ... Read more >>

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Maternal immune activation in rodent models: A systematic review of neurodevelopmental changes in gene expression and epigenetic modulation in the offspring brain.

Rebecca M Woods, Jarred M Lorusso, Harry G Potter, Joanna C Neill, Jocelyn D Glazier, Reinmar Hager,

Maternal immune activation (mIA) during pregnancy is hypothesised to disrupt offspring neurodevelopment and predispose offspring to neurodevelopmental disorders such as schizophrenia. Rodent models of mIA have explored possible mechanisms underlying this paradigm and provide a vital tool for preclinical research. However, a comprehensive analysis of the molecular changes that occur ... Read more >>

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Neurobiological approaches of high-fat diet intake in early development and their impact on mood disorders in adulthood: a systematic review.

Minerva Ortiz-Valladares, Ricardo Pedraza-Medina, María Fernanda Pinto-González, Jorge Guzmán Muñiz, Oscar Gonzalez-Perez, Norma Angélica Moy-López,

The early stage of development is a vulnerable period for progeny neurodevelopment, altering cytogenetic and correct cerebral functionality. The exposure High-Fat Diet (HFD) is a factor that impacts the future mental health of individuals. This review analyzes possible mechanisms involved in the development of mood disorders in adulthood because of ... Read more >>

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Lithium therapy and weight change in people with Bipolar Disorder: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Susana Gomes-da-Costa, Wolfgang Marx, Filippo Corponi, Gerard Anmella, Andrea Murru, Maria Teresa Pons-Cabrera, Anna Giménez-Palomo A, Felipe Gutiérrez-Arango, Cristian Daniel LLach, Giovanna Fico, Georgios D Kotzalidis, Norma Verdolini, Marc Valentí, Michael Berk, Eduard Vieta, Isabella Pacchiarotti,

Lithium remains the gold standard maintenance treatment for Bipolar Disorder (BD). However, weight gain is a side effect of increasing relevance due to its metabolic implications. We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis aimed at summarizing evidence on the use of lithium and weight change in BD. We followed the ... Read more >>

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The Pause-then-Cancel model of human action-stopping: Theoretical considerations and empirical evidence.

Darcy A Diesburg, Jan R Wessel,

The ability to stop already-initiated actions is a key cognitive control ability. Recent work on human action-stopping has been dominated by two controversial debates. First, the contributions (and neural signatures) of attentional orienting and motor inhibition after stop-signals are near-impossible to disentangle. Second, the timing of purportedly inhibitory (neuro)physiological activity ... Read more >>

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Resting-state brain connectivity in healthy young and middle-aged adults at risk of progressive Alzheimer's disease.

Ludmila Kucikova, Jantje Goerdten, Maria-Eleni Dounavi, Elijah Mak, Li Su, Adam D Waldman, Samuel Danso, Graciela Muniz-Terrera, Craig W Ritchie,

Functional brain connectivity of the resting-state networks has gained recent attention as a possible biomarker of Alzheimer's Disease (AD). In this paper, we review the literature of functional connectivity differences in young adults and middle-aged cognitively intact individuals with non-modifiable risk factors of AD (n = 17). We focus on three main ... Read more >>

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White Matter Integrity Differences in Obesity: A Meta-Analysis of Diffusion Tensor Imaging Studies.

Justine Daoust, Joelle Schaffer, Yashar Zeighami, Alain Dagher, Isabel García-García, Andréanne Michaud,

Some Diffusion Tensor Imaging studies have shown a loss of white matter (WM) integrity linked to impaired cognitive function in obese individuals. However, inconsistent WM integrity changes have been reported. We aimed to identify which WM tracts show consistent changes with obesity. We conducted a systematic search to find studies ... Read more >>

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Linking cortical circuit models to human cognition with laminar fMRI.

Jiajia Yang, Laurentius Huber, Yinghua Yu, Peter A Bandettini,

Laboratory animal research has provided significant knowledge into the function of cortical circuits at the laminar level, which has yet to be fully leveraged towards insights about human brain function on a similar spatiotemporal scale. The use of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in conjunction with neural models provides new ... Read more >>

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The neuroprotective effects of polyphenols, their role in innate immunity and the interplay with the microbiota.

Giuseppe Annunziata, Antoni Sureda, Ilkay Erdogan Orhan, Maurizio Battino, Angela Arnone, Manuel Jiménez-García, Xavier Capó, Joan Cabot, Nima Sanadgol, Francesca Giampieri, Gian Carlo Tenore, Hamid Reza Khayat Kashani, Ana Sanches Silva, Solomon Habtemariam, Seyed Fazel Nabavi, Seyed Mohammad Nabavi,

Neurodegenerative disorders, particularly in the elderly population, represent one of the most pressing social and health-care problems in the world. Besides the well-established role of both oxidative stress and inflammation, alterations of the immune response have been found to be closely linked to the development of neurodegenerative diseases. Interestingly, various ... Read more >>

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The prenatal brain readiness for speech processing: A review on foetal development of auditory and primordial language networks.

Marta Ghio, Cristina Cara, Marco Tettamanti,

Despite consolidated evidence for the prenatal ability to elaborate and respond to sounds and speech stimuli, the ontogenetic functional brain maturation of language responsiveness in the foetus is still poorly understood. Recent advances in in-vivo foetal neuroimaging have contributed to a finely detailed picture of the anatomo-functional hallmarks that define ... Read more >>

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The neurobiology of human fear generalization: meta-analysis and working neural model.

Ryan D Webler, Hannah Berg, Kimberly Fhong, Lauri Tuominen, Daphne J Holt, Rajendra A Morey, Iris Lange, Philip C Burton, Miquel Angel Fullana, Joaquim Radua, Shmuel Lissek,

Fear generalization to stimuli resembling a conditioned danger-cue (CS+) is a fundamental dynamic of classical fear-conditioning. Despite the ubiquity of fear generalization in human experience and its known pathogenic contribution to clinical anxiety, neural investigations of human generalization have only recently begun. The present work provides the first meta-analysis of ... Read more >>

Neurosci Biobehav Rev (Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews)
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The Neuropathology of Autism: A Systematic Review of Post-Mortem Studies of Autism and Related Disorders.

Rana Fetit, Robert F Hillary, David J Price, Stephen M Lawrie,

Post-mortem studies allow for the direct investigation of brain tissue in those with autism and related disorders. Several review articles have focused on aspects of post-mortem abnormalities but none has brought together the entire post-mortem literature. Here, we systematically review the evidence from post-mortem studies of autism, and of related ... Read more >>

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Exploring cortico-cortical interactions during action preparation by means of dual-coil transcranial magnetic stimulation: A systematic review.

Cécilia Neige, Dylan Rannaud Monany, Florent Lebon,

Action preparation is characterized by a set of complex and distributed processes that occur in multiple brain areas. Interestingly, dual-coil transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a relevant technique to probe effective connectivity between cortical areas, with a high temporal resolution. In the current systematic review, we aimed at providing a ... Read more >>

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Caveolin-1, a Novel Player in Cognitive Decline.

Wenxin Tang, Yansong Li, Yan Li, Qiang Wang,

Cognitive decline (CD), which related to vascular dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and diabetes mellitus, is a growing health concern that has a great impact on the patients' quality of life. Although extensive efforts, the mechanisms of CD are still far from being clarified, not ... Read more >>

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Altering the gut microbiome to potentially modulate behavioral manifestations in autism spectrum disorders: A systematic review.

Camron Davies, Dibyanshi Mishra, Rebecca S Eshraghi, Jeenu Mittal, Rahul Sinha, Erdogan Bulut, Rahul Mittal, Adrien A Eshraghi,

There is a potential association between gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms and the severity of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Given this correlation, the possible impact of probiotics and prebiotics have been explored in research studies to modify the gut microbiome and ameliorate behavioral manifestations of ASD via modulating the gut-brain-microbiome axis. This ... Read more >>

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Interactive brains, social minds: Neural and physiological mechanisms of interpersonal action coordination.

Viktor Müller, Kira-Rahel P Ohström, Ulman Lindenberger,

It is now widely accepted that inter-brain synchronization is an important and inevitable mechanism of interpersonal action coordination and social interaction behavior. This review of the current literature focuses first on the forward model for interpersonal action coordination and functional system theory for biological systems, two broadly similar concepts for ... Read more >>

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Alcohol use disorders and ADHD.

Mathias Luderer, Josep Antoni Ramos Quiroga, Stephen V Faraone, Yanli Zhang James, Andreas Reif,

Despite a growing literature on the complex bidirectional relationship of ADHD and substance use, reviews specifically focusing on alcohol are scarce. ADHD and AUD show a significant genetic overlap, including genes involved in gluatamatergic and catecholaminergic neurotransmission. ADHD drives risky behavior and negative experiences throughout the lifespan that subsequently enhance ... Read more >>

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Loss of control over eating: A systematic review of task based research into impulsive and compulsive processes in binge eating.

Maria Waltmann, Nadine Herzog, Annette Horstmann, Lorenz Deserno,

Recurring episodes of excessive food intake in binge eating disorder can be understood through the lens of behavioral control systems: patients repeat maladaptive behaviors against their explicit intent. Self-report measures show enhanced impulsivity and compulsivity in binge eating (BE) but are agnostic as to the processes that might lead to ... Read more >>

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The transcriptional landscape of Alzheimer's disease and its association with Wnt signaling pathway.

Milka Martínez, Nibaldo C Inestrosa,

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a neurological disorder primarily affecting the elderly. The disease manifests as progressive deterioration in cognitive functions, leading to a loss of autonomy. The identification of transcriptional changes in susceptible signaling pathways has provided clues to the origin and progression of AD and has pinpointed synapse loss ... Read more >>

Neurosci Biobehav Rev (Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews)
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The Effects of Combined Physical and Cognitive Training on Inhibitory Control: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Sakshi Dhir, Wei-Peng Teo, Samuel R Chamberlain, Kaelasha Tyler, Murat Yücel, Rebecca A Segrave,

While strong inhibitory control is critical for health and wellbeing, there are no broadly applicable effective behavioural interventions that enhance it. This meta-analysis examined the neurocognitive rationale for combined physical and cognitive training and synthesised the rapidly growing body of evidence examining combined paradigms to enhance inhibitory control. Across the ... Read more >>

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