Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Sharing White matter microstructure correlates of mathematical giftedness and intelligence quotient via BrowZine

White matter microstructure correlates of mathematical giftedness and intelligence quotient
Navas-Sánchez, Francisco J.; Alemán-Gómez, Yasser; Sánchez-Gonzalez, Javier; Guzmán-De-Villoria, Juan A.; Franco, Carolina; Robles, Olalla; Arango, Celso; Desco, Manuel
Human Brain Mapping, Vol. 35 Issue 6 – 2014: 2619 - 2631

10.1002/hbm.22355

Sharing Gray and white matter correlates of navigational ability in humans via BrowZine

Gray and white matter correlates of navigational ability in humans
Wegman, Joost; Fonteijn, Hubert M.; van Ekert, Janneke; Tyborowska, Anna; Jansen, Clemens; Janzen, Gabriele
Human Brain Mapping, Vol. 35 Issue 6 – 2014: 2561 - 2572

10.1002/hbm.22349

Friday, April 18, 2014

Sharing Meta-analysis of functional neuroimaging studies indicates that an increase of cognitive difficulty during executive tasks engages brain regions associated with time perception via BrowZine

Meta-analysis of functional neuroimaging studies indicates that an increase of cognitive difficulty during executive tasks engages brain regions associated with time perception
Radua, Joaquim; Pozo, Natalia Ojeda del; Gómez, José; Guillen-Grima, Francisco; Ortuño, Felipe
Neuropsychologia, Vol. 58 – 2014: 14 - 22

10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2014.03.016

Article: Videos: Rhythmic Dynamics and Cognition conference 6-4-13 | Miller Laboratory


Videos: Rhythmic Dynamics and Cognition conference 6-4-13 | Miller Laboratory
https://www.earlkmiller.org/2014/04/18/videos-rhythmic-dynamics-and-cognition-6-4-13/

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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Sluggish Cognitive Tempo in Abnormal Child Psychology: An Historical Overview and Introduction to the Special Section via BrowZine

Is sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT) the new fashionable Dx? Is it different from or a subtype of ADHD. NY Times had a feature article on SCT

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/12/health/idea-of-new-attention-disorder-spurs-research-and-debate.html

Below is introductory article to special issue of Journal of Abnormal Child Psych that focused on SCT

Sluggish Cognitive Tempo in Abnormal Child Psychology: An Historical Overview and Introduction to the Special Section
Becker, Stephen P.; Marshall, Stephen A.; McBurnett, Keith
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Vol. 42 Issue 1 – 2014: 1 - 6

10.1007/s10802-013-9825-x

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Sharing Electrophysiological correlates of attention networks in childhood and early adulthood via BrowZine

Electrophysiological correlates of attention networks in childhood and early adulthood
Abundis-Gutiérrez, Alicia; Checa, Purificación; Castellanos, Concepción; Rosario Rueda, M.
Neuropsychologia, Vol. 57 – 2014: 78 - 92

10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2014.02.013

Thursday, March 27, 2014

The brains brake? Inhibition and the right inferior frontal cortex: one decade on via BrowZine

The brains brake?

Inhibition and the right inferior frontal cortex: one decade on
Aron, Adam R.; Robbins, Trevor W.; Poldrack, Russell A.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Vol. 18 Issue 4 – 2014: 177 - 185

10.1016/j.tics.2013.12.003

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Article: Don't stop daydreaming – it sets your mind to work

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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Article: The subway of the brain – Why white matter matters.

White matter matters
The subway of the brain – Why white matter matters.
http://blogs.biomedcentral.com/bmcblog/2014/03/14/the-subway-of-the-brain-why-white-matter-matters/

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Sharing Assessing the function of the fronto-parietal attention network: Insights from resting-state fMRI and the attentional network test via BrowZine

Assessing the function of the fronto-parietal attention network: Insights from resting-state fMRI and the attentional network test
Markett, Sebastian; Reuter, Martin; Montag, Christian; Voigt, Gesine; Lachmann, Bernd; Rudorf, Sarah; Elger, Christian E.; Weber, Bernd
Human Brain Mapping, Vol. 35 Issue 4 – 2014: 1700 - 1709

10.1002/hbm.22285

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Sharing Dysmaturation of the default mode network in autism via BrowZine

Dysmaturation of the default mode network in autism
Washington, Stuart D.; Gordon, Evan M.; Brar, Jasmit; Warburton, Samantha; Sawyer, Alice T.; Wolfe, Amanda; Mease-Ference, Erin R.; Girton, Laura; Hailu, Ayichew; Mbwana, Juma; Gaillard, William D.; Kalbfleisch, M. Layne; VanMeter, John W.
Human Brain Mapping, Vol. 35 Issue 4 – 2014: 1284 - 1296

10.1002/hbm.22252

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Educational Psychologist
Director, Institute for Applied Psychometrics
IAP
www.themindhub.com
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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Article: Brain Facts book - BrainFacts.org



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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Different Brain Regions Handle Different Musics [feedly]




Different Brain Regions Handle Different Musics
// Scientific American: Mind & Brain
Functional MRI of the listening brain found that different regions become active when listening to different types of music and instrumental versus vocals. Allie Wilkinson reports.    

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Friday, March 07, 2014

The TIme Doc...one of the other hats I wear :)

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The Tempo Times | March 2014: Brain Health Edition
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Meet March's Professional of the Month:
Dr. Kevin McGrew

Dr. Kevin McGrew, the Time Doc, is a member of the IM scientific advisory board and a strong advocate for the importance of better neural timing. In addition to co-authoring the fourth edition of the Woodcock-Johnson battery (WJ IV), he is the Director of the Institute for Applied Psychometrics (IAP), the Research Director for the Woodcock-Muñoz Foundation (WMF) and a visiting professor in Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota, where he received his doctoral degree in the same field. Dr. McGrew clearly understands how to use his time wisely. After spending 12 years as a school psychologist, and another 10 as a professor of Applied Psychology, Dr. McGrew switched his focus to research. He has published over 70 articles, books and book chapters in his areas of expertise and maintains IQ's Corner blog and the Mindhub®. Look for Dr. McGrew in our upcoming IM demo video where he explains the importance of getting your brain and body in sync.

 

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Friendly Fire: A Look at Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

MS mriMultiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, unpredictable condition that can rob individuals of their ability to live a normal, healthy life. Since lesions and plaque scars appear on multiple areas of brain matter, the severity and symptoms vary drastically. While some people my live a full, happy life with very few interruptions, others have their life cut short by a malignantly progressive form of the disease. With IM, you don't just adapt to MS, you can slow the progression and actually regain functional mobility. Today, we look at some of the symptoms of MS, treatment options, and the success of Margaret, a MS sufferer who uses IM to stay mobile and active.

 

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IM-Home Tips and Motivational Strategiesmom and daughters

In case you missed our free webinar in January, we wanted to share some of the great tips for using Interactive Metronome® (IM) at home. IM-Home lets users train in the comfort and privacy of their own home while still receiving Provider-supervised IM training. It's time to take the clinic to your clients! IM-Home is also great for children looking for an edge in the classroom, athletes who want an advantage on the field and adults who want to excel professionally.

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Soccer GirlThis webinar is based on a large study on elite female soccer players, investigating the effects of timing-training (IM) on soccer-specific skills. It will have emphasis on the effects of IM training on the performance of a number of soccer-specific skills (cross-pass, shot for goal and heading), but will also address some of the customized IM-exercises used, and the reasoning behind the choice of these specific exercises.

Moreover, the webinar will include some preliminary analyses of brain activation patterns (fMRI) before and after IM training. Here, we have investigated if the internal / cognitive representations of an observed action may change as an effect of IM training.

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Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Sharing Brain Connectivity and Applications to Neuropsychology: Introduction to the Special Issue of Neuropsychology Review via BrowZine

Brain Connectivity and Applications to Neuropsychology: Introduction to the Special Issue of Neuropsychology Review
Nagel, Bonnie J.
Neuropsychology Review, Vol. 24 Issue 1 – 2014: 1 - 2

10.1007/s11065-014-9253-x

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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Sharing Common Cognitive Deficits in Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism: Working Memory and Visual-Motor Integration via BrowZine

Common Cognitive Deficits in Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism: Working Memory and Visual-Motor Integration
Englund, J. A.; Decker, S. L.; Allen, R. A.; Roberts, A. M.
Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, Vol. 32 Issue 2 – 2014: 95 - 106

10.1177/0734282913505074

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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

On the road

I am traveling for a week and will be off the blogging grid. I shall return

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