Neuroscience Meeting 2023

Thursday, 11 de January de 2024

Neuroscience Meeting 2023

Neuroscience 2023 Washington DC
Neuroscience 2023 Washington DC

Scientists from around the world will congregate at Neuroscience 2023 to discover new ideas, share their research, and experience the best the field has to offer. 

Dates: Saturday, November 11Wednesday, November 15

Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.



Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Faith with Electrical Synapses

Neuroscience Meeting 2023
Faith with Electrical Synapses

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EEG CAPS Neuroscience Meeting 2023

EEG CAPS Neuroscience Meeting 2023

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New actiCAP with electrode labels printed on the fabric.

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Neurodevelopment

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Neurodevelopment

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Cultural Neuroscience

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Cultural Neuroscience

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG MicroStates

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG MicroStates

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 NIRS fNIRS

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 NIRS fNIRS

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG fMRI

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG fMRI

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG fMRI Data Analysis

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG fMRI Data Analysis

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EEG fMRI Data Analysis Neuroscience Meeting 2023

EEG fMRI Data Analysis Neuroscience Meeting 2023

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 NIRS EEG Multimodal

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 NIRS EEG Multimodal

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NIRS EEG Multimodal Neuroscience Meeting 2023

NIRS EEG Multimodal Neuroscience Meeting 2023

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 NIRS fNIRS Satori Data Analysis

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 NIRS fNIRS Satori Data Analysis

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Multimodal NIRS EEG Portable

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Multimodal NIRS EEG Portable

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG NIRS MRI fMRI MEG

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG NIRS MRI fMRI MEG

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Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Game NIRS EEG Multimodal

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 Game NIRS EEG Multimodal

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Neuroscience 2023 EEG ERP BCI Publications

Publications citing Brain Products

One of the best references to our products is the inspiring and impactful neurophysiological research done with our equipment.

 

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 The influence of hypergravity on neurocognitive performance

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 The influence of hypergravity on neurocognitive performance

The influence of hypergravity on neurocognitive performance
Badalì C, Wollseiffen P & Schneider S (2023) Under pressure—the influence of hypergravity on electrocortical activity and neurocognitive performance. Exp Brain Res. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00221-023-06677-8

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023  Virtual Sky sleepiness well-being visual and cognitive performance at the workplace

Neuroscience Meeting 2023  Virtual Sky sleepiness well-being visual and cognitive performance at the workplace

Virtual Sky sleepiness well-being visual and cognitive performance at the workplaceSchöllhorn I, Deuring G, Stefani O, Strumberger MA, Rosburg T, et al. (2023) Effects of nature-adapted lighting solutions (“Virtual Sky”) on subjective and objective correlates of sleepiness, well-being, visual and cognitive performance at the workplace. PLOS ONE 18(8): e0288690. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0288690
 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Brain Stimulation Children and Adolescents Anorexia Nervosa

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Brain Stimulation Children and Adolescents Anorexia Nervosa

Brain Stimulation Children and Adolescents Anorexia Nervosa
Ursumando L, Ponzo V, Monteleone AM, et al. (2023) The efficacy of non-invasive brain stimulation in the treatment of children and adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa: study protocol of a randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled trial. J Eat Disord 11, 127 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-023-00852-6

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Mindfulness Training with Executive Functioning Emotion Regulation and Well-Being in Pre-adolescents

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Mindfulness Training with Executive Functioning Emotion Regulation and Well-Being in Pre-adolescents

Mindfulness Training with Executive Functioning Emotion Regulation and Well-Being in Pre-adolescents
Wimmer L, Isherwood KR, Parkinson J, et al. (2023) Relating Dispositional Mindfulness and Long-Term Mindfulness Training with Executive Functioning, Emotion Regulation, and Well-Being in Pre-adolescents. Psychol Stud. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12646-023-00746-2

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - TENS to cortical modulation based on EEG functional connectivity analysis

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - TENS to cortical modulation based on EEG functional connectivity analysis

TENS to cortical modulation based on EEG functional connectivity analysis
Jadidi AF, Jensen W, Zarei AA, Lontis ER and Atashzar SF (2023) From pulse width modulated TENS to cortical modulation: based on EEG functional connectivity analysis. Front. Neurosci. 17:1239068. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2023.1239068 https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2023.1239068

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Working memory and anxiety to error-related brain and pupil responses

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Working memory and anxiety to error-related brain and pupil responses

Working memory and anxiety to error-related brain and pupil responses
LoTemplio S, Silcox J, Murdock R, Strayer DL, & Payne BR (2023). To err is human- to understand error-processing is divine: Contributions of working memory and anxiety to error-related brain and pupil responses. Psychophysiology, 00, e14392. https://doi.org/10.1111/psyp.14392

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Pseudo-mutual gazing enhances interbrain synchrony during remote joint attention tasking

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Pseudo-mutual gazing enhances interbrain synchrony during remote joint attention tasking

Pseudo-mutual gazing enhances interbrain synchrony during remote joint attention tasking
Chuang CH & Hsu HC (2023). Pseudo-mutual gazing enhances interbrain synchrony during remote joint attention tasking. Brain and Behavior, 00, e3181. https://doi.org/10.1002/brb3.3181

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - EEG correlates of fear of heights in a virtual reality environment

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - EEG correlates of fear of heights in a virtual reality environment

EEG correlates of fear of heights in a virtual reality environment
Apicella A, Barbato S, Barradas Chacόn LA, D’Errico G, De Paolis LT, et al. (2023)  Electroencephalography correlates of fear of heights in a virtual reality environment, Acta IMEKO, vol. 12, no. 2, article 9 identifier: IMEKO-ACTA-12 (2023)-02-09 https://doi.org/10.21014/actaimeko.v12i2.1457

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Human-robot collaborative task planning using anticipatory brain responses

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Human-robot collaborative task planning using anticipatory brain responses

Human-robot collaborative task planning using anticipatory brain responses
Ehrlich SK, Dean-Leon E, Tacca N, Armleder S, Dimova-Edeleva V, Cheng G (2023) Human-robot collaborative task planning using anticipatory brain responses. PLoS ONE 18(7): e0287958. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0287958

 
Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Hemispheric asymmetry in the processing of an emotional working memory task

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 - Hemispheric asymmetry in the processing of an emotional working memory task

Hemispheric asymmetry in the processing of an emotional working memory task
Abril-Ronderos JP, Alvarado-Rojas C, Lamprea MR. Hemispheric asymmetry in the processing of an emotional working memory task. Int J Psychophysiol. 2023 Jun;188:55-61. doi: 10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2023.03.008. Epub 2023 Mar 24. PMID: 36965672. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2023.03.008

 

Neuroscience Meeting 2023 EEG NIRS fMRI MEG

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BrainSupport Solution for Neuroscience Researchers – Neuroscience to improve Latin American Identity. Scientific questions and experimental designs for the development of culture, behavior, perception and Latin American consciousness.



Naturalistic Environments Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Naturalistic Environments Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Naturalistic Environments

With the advent of portable and wearable solutions, in addition to its intrinsic performance in the presence of movements, fNIRS is currently the ideal solution for studies that intend to evaluate cortical actitiy within naturalistic environments.


Cognitive States Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Cognitive States Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Cognitive States

fNIRS adds another dimension to studies investigating cognitive functions and mental states, since it is a portable technique not too sensitive to motion artifacts. Attention processes, inhibition mechanisms, and working memory, as well as other cognitive states, may be studied in natural environments with a fast setup preparation.

Motor Execution Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Motor Execution Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Motor Execution

Motor execution and fine movements depend on coordinated action of brain function and peripheral muscles. Its portability, ease of use in natural environments, and compatibility with bioelectric measures make fNIRS an optimal choice for studies investigating motor execution.

Emotions Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Emotions Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Emotions

Near-infrared spectroscopy is non-invasive and particularly well suited for evaluating activity in the prefrontal cortex, one of the regions involved in emotional processing. More specific areas related to emotional processing, such as the frontopolar cortex, are easily accessible for measurements by NIRS, making the technique particularly suited to explore the emotional domain.

Social Interaction Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Social Interaction Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Social Interaction

The ability of fNIRS to measure two or more subjects simultaneously, enables researchers to study cortical activity in response to social interaction. This way, a new dimension is added to studies investigating topics such as empathy, competitive and cooperative tasks, mother-child interactions and truth telling.

 
Speech and Language Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Speech and Language Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Speech and Language

Realistic experiments involve verbalized speech. As such, they should account for the muscle movements that are required for this process, and the eventual artifacts that these may cause. The robustness of fNIRS in the presence of muscle movements as well as its portability in comparison to other imaging techniques, render this technology a very promising tool for studying speech and language under a great variety of conditions.

Connectivity Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Connectivity Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Connectivity

fNIRS brings connectivity studies to a new level. The hyperscanning modality enables both online feedback as well as offline analysis regarding within- and between-subjects connectivity. In addition to that, fNIRS fast sampling rate for hemodynamic states allows for a quick update rate of connectivity feedback, resulting into enhanced subject engagement.

Developmental Changes Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Developmental Changes Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Developmental Changes

The portability of fNIRS, its performance in presence of general movements and the feasibility it offers in exploring cortical responses in social environments, represent the greatest advantages for studies on brain functional changes during development of infants and children.

Infant Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Infant Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Infant

Infant monitoring is based on continuous measurements of cortical activity within a population that may be characterized by its constant movement. The low sensitivity of fNIRS to motion artifacts make this technique an ideal choice for studies intended to explore the many unknown features of the infant brain.

Neuroeconomics Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Neuroeconomics Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Neuroeconomics

A key interest of neuroeconomics research is value-based decision making, in which the prefrontal lobe is an important player. Although prefrontal activity has been explored with fMRI, the restricted environment does impose a limit to the number of applications that can be explored. fNIRS may represent a conspicuous improvement to the field, as it enables outdoor measurements that can be combined with simultaneous Eye-Tracking.

Somatosensory Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Somatosensory Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Somatosensory

fNIRS determines changes in hemoglobin oxygenation in the human head non-invasively, and has the advantage of being more robust to motion artifacts than fMRI. In addition, the application of fNIRS is more convenient for somatosensory research, especially when measuring patients with chronic pain, as measurements can take place on a more comfortable bench compared to the MR scanner bench.

Multi-modal Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Multi-modal Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Multi-modal

In order to render measurements more robust, information may be provided by different modalities. Many groups appreciate multi-modal applications with fNIRS. Typical combinations are fNIRS and EEG, Eye-Tracking or fMRI, but tDCS and TMS have also been applied to concurrently modulate brain activity.

Visual Stimulation Auditory System Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Visual Stimulation Auditory System Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Visual Stimulation Auditory System

As fNIRS measurements are characterized by silent operations, innumerous possibilities of studies intended to explore cortical activation in the presence of controlled sounds can be achieved. Besides a better understanding of auditory processes in the brain, this may facilitate critical improvements on current solutions for cochlear implants.

 
Brain-Computer Interface BCI Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Brain-Computer Interface BCI Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)

Given its great performance in the presence of muscle movements and the possibility of setting up measurements in realistic environments, fNIRS presents itself as an ideal candidate for the acquisition of cortical signals as reliable and representative inputs for Brain-Computer Interface investigations.

Event-Related Optical Signal Neuroscience 2022 NIRS Publication

Event-Related Optical Signal Neuroscience 2023 NIRS Publication

NIRS fNIRS Event-Related Optical Signal

fNIRS is potentially the only imaging method that may be capable to measure both hemodynamics and neuronal activity. The Event-Related Optical Signal, caused by changes in light scattering from activated neurons, is observable when employing high frequency sampling with fNIRS.

 

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