Friday, March 30, 2012

Article: A Bit of Research on TBI - Interactive Metronome & IM


A Bit of Research on TBI - Interactive Metronome & IM
http://imhome.org/index.php/latest-news/entry/a-bit-of-research-on-tbi.html

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Article: A Bit of Research: The important of timing in Speed Skating and the use of the Interactive Metronome - Interactive Metronome & IM


A Bit of Research: The important of timing in Speed Skating and the use of the Interactive Metronome - Interactive Metronome & IM
http://imhome.org/index.php/latest-news/entry/a-bit-of-research-the-important-of-timing-in-speed-skating-and-the-use-of-the-interactive-metronome.html

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Article: Want to Improve Your Attention? Wear a White Coat



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Article: Baby Brains and Video Games



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Thursday, March 29, 2012

How Your Brain Is Like Manhattan : Shots - Health Blog : NPR

I have blogged repeatedly about the exciting new brain network research, esp. that by the Human Connectome project. This is awesome...and a cool picture at that.


http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2012/03/29/149629657/how-your-brain-is-like-manhattan


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Gaming is Good for You (Infographic) | Frugal Dad

http://frugaldad.com/gaming/


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Article: PEBS Neuroethics Roundup



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Article: Autism: 1 in 88 Children Diagnosed, but Is Increase Real?



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Article: Dynaread Reading Special Education Knowledge Base


Dynaread Reading Special Education Knowledge Base
https://dynaread.com/service/

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Article: Gaining control of our circadian rhythms



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Article: How Your Brain Is Like Manhattan



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Article: How Genes Organize the Surface of the Brain


How Genes Organize the Surface of the Brain
http://neurosciencenews.com/genes-organize-surface-brain-maps/

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Children at Risk for Schizophrenia Show Disordered Brain Networks in Childhood, Adolescence, Wayne State University Researchers Say - MarketWatch

And yet more on disorders of the brain networks

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/children-at-risk-for-schizophrenia-show-disordered-brain-networks-in-childhood-adolescence-wayne-state-university-researchers-say-2012-03-13


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Article: Albert Einstein's Brain To Go On Display At London Exhibit



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Article: Test Your Multitasking Skills



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Playing music helps the brain

http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/ct-x-music-training-study-20120328,0,3591944.story


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3/29/12 8:17 AM
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Article: A human brain dissection – in pictures

Some readers may not want to view such pictures.






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Article: The Connectome: A New Way To Think About What Makes You You

Another review of the Connectome






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ADHD as a default brain network disorder




Some interesting research regarding the role of the default mode or default brain network and ADHD. Although the blog post is at the IM-HOME blog (conflict of interest - I am an external consultant to IM in the capacity as Director of Research and Science), most of the links are to other non-IM articles regarding the ADHD/default link. The Neuropsychopharm. article link and the link back to an annotated article (at the Brain Clock blog) published in Trends in Cognitive Science are important...IMHO


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The Brain is Art

http://alexdoman.com/2012/03/28/the-brain-is-art/


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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Friday, March 23, 2012

Key Research Article: Timing and Time Perception Review

The following is a nice review of manly corners of the human timing research has been added to the Brain Clock Key Research Articles blogroll. Enjoy. Click on images to enlarge.











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Article: Train your brain: How 'memory champions' prepare for competitions


Train your brain: How 'memory champions' prepare for competitions
http://www.foxnews.com/health/2012/03/23/train-your-brain-how-memory-champions-prepare-for-competitions/

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Article: Getting in rhythm helps children grasp fractions



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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Is ADHD overdiagnosed? Findings from a new study in Germany

http://www.sharpbrains.com/blog/2012/03/22/is-adhd-overdiagnosed-findings-from-a-new-study-in-germany/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=is-adhd-overdiagnosed-findings-from-a-new-study-in-germany


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PEBS Neuroethics Roundup (JHU)

http://kolber.typepad.com/ethics_law_blog/2012/03/pebs-neuroethics-roundup-jhu-3.html


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Article: Getting in rhythm helps children grasp fractions



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Article: Train Your Brain for Monk-Like Focus


Train Your Brain for Monk-Like Focus
http://lifehacker.com/5895509/

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Aging brain webinar with Dr. Lee Hyer

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Connectome: A New Way To Think About What Makes You You

Yet another review of this book.

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

5 Reasons Why Every Parent Should Be Familiar with Executive Function Skills

http://www.scilearn.com/blog/5-reasons-why-every-parent-should-be-familiar-with-executive-function-skills.php?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheScienceOfLearningBlog+%28The+Science+of+Learning+Blog%29


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Is the Connectome project worth the $@sciammind, 3/21/12 11:00 AM

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RT @hcpearson: Is a project to map the brain's connectome worth the money? @NatureNews feature bit.ly/GDxoCE


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Article: Does IM really help with ADHD? - Interactive Metronome & IM


Does IM really help with ADHD? - Interactive Metronome & IM
http://imhome.org/index.php/latest-news/entry/does-im-really-help-with-adhd.html

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Article: White House Announces New Neuroscience Research Coordinator


White House Announces New Neuroscience Research Coordinator
http://www.aan.com/news/?article_id=10430&event=read

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

ACE Intelligym: Brain Training Product Review Survey

http://www.sharpbrains.com/blog/2012/03/20/ace-intelligym-brain-training-product-review-survey/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=ace-intelligym-brain-training-product-review-survey


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Brain Resource to Sponsor 2012 SharpBrains Summit; announces Aetna initiative

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Brain Resource has agreed to become a Gold Sponsor @ 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (June 7-14th): Optimizing Health through Neuroplasticity, Innovation and Data. Thank you!

Brain Resource brings new insights and new effi­cien­cies to man­ag­ing brain health. Its pro­pri­etary plat­forms are used to pre­dict who will best respond to what drug, and develop new drugs, to pro­vide objec­tive reports from on-line assess­ments of brain health across the lifes­pan (includ­ing ADHD, Depres­sion, Anx­i­ety and Schiz­o­phre­nia), and to match indi­vid­u­al­ized pro­files with brain train­ing exer­cises & inter­ac­tive videos to opti­mize well­ness & brain function.

The company just announced a very interesting initiative: Aetna Rolls Out MyBrainSolutions Wellness Site (Occupational Health and Safety).

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Personality Influences on Cognitive Training

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/beautiful-minds/201203/personality-influences-cognitive-training


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Monday, March 19, 2012

Article: I think, therefore I choke





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Article: Major Reference Works - Encyclopedia of Human Behavior


Major Reference Works - Encyclopedia of Human Behavior
http://www.elsevierdirect.com/article.jsp?pageid=11602

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Article: Neuropsychopharmacology - Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Attention Networks


Neuropsychopharmacology - Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Attention Networks
http://www.nature.com/npp/journal/v35/n1/full/npp2009120a.html

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The Neurology of Gaming | Online Universities

Interesting info graphic at link below

http://www.onlineuniversities.com/neurology-of-gaming


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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Article: Children at risk for schizophrenia show disordered brain networks


Children at risk for schizophrenia show disordered brain networks
http://www.psypost.org/2012/03/children-at-risk-for-schizophrenia-show-disordered-brain-networks-10512

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Article: The Age of ADHD



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Article: DSM-5 Criticized for Financial Conflicts of Interest





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PennLive : Interactive Metronome helps restore brain function

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Article: ‘Mind Reading’: Are You Just the Sum of Your Brain’s Connections?


'Mind Reading': Are You Just the Sum of Your Brain's Connections?
http://healthland.time.com/2012/03/12/mind-reading-are-you-just-the-sum-of-your-brains-connections/

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Article: Elsevier Launches Next Generation Brain Atlas with NeuroApps: MRI Atlas of Human White Matter | EON: Enhanced Online News


Elsevier Launches Next Generation Brain Atlas with NeuroApps: MRI Atlas of Human White Matter | EON: Enhanced Online News
http://eon.businesswire.com/news/eon/20120312005138/en/iPad-app/neuroscience-researchers/neuroscience-clinicians

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Article: Upcoming Q&A on the Future of Brain Health to celebrate Brain Awareness Week


Upcoming Q&A on the Future of Brain Health to celebrate Brain Awareness Week
http://www.sharpbrains.com/blog/2012/03/12/upcoming-qa-on-the-future-of-brain-health-to-celebrate-brain-awareness-week/

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Memory and Autism: PsycNET - Display Record

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Research Byte: Is working memory training effective. A review and critique

http://psycnet.apa.org/psycinfo/2012-06385-001/


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Sunday, March 11, 2012

ADHD as brain-clock based temporal processing disorder - another study

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Yet another article, this time based on a sample of children from China, that supports the hypothesis that ADHD may be related to an underlying disorder of the brain clock (temporal processing).







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ADHD as a default brain network problem?







Trends in Cognitive Sciences, January 2012, Vol. 16, No. 1

I just skimmed this excellent article which is consistent with the hypothesis that problems with controlled attention (focus) may be responsible for a number of the behavioral symptoms of ADHD....and this is due to the poor ability to suppress the random self-talk of the default brain network. As per the IQs Reading feature, an annotated copy of the article is now available.

Based on my reading and research regarding Interactive Metronome technology, I advanced the position that the efficacy of this technology in improving focus or controlled attention is that it helps to "quiet the busy mind" that is due to the REST (random, episodic, spontaneous thought or thinking) of the default brain network. In simple terms, poor ability to suppress or quiet the default network results in poor controlled attention and focus...and one has a hard time with inhibiting the intrusion of these task-irrelevant thoughts when trying to engage in controlled, deliberate cognitive tasks.

This article reviews research that suggests that ADHD may be a default brain network disorder. The authors state "In 2007, Sonuga-Barke and Castellanos suggested that ADHD could be considered a default network disorder"...and the authors of the current article agree.


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Friday, March 09, 2012

Video from Stanford conference on Law & the Developing Brain

Law and Biosciences Blog

Last month the CLB co-hosted a two-day conference on the law and policy of the developing brain throughout the human lifespan.  The first day, held at UC Hastings College of Law, focused on legal issues related to brain development from the womb to adulthood.  The second day, held at Stanford Law School, addressed issues related to senescence.  Video from the Stanford portion of this event is now available via the links below:

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Research byte: ADHD as a brain-clock time processing disorder

Yet another study suggesting disordered temporal processing (the brain clock) as related to ADHD. Click on image to enlarge




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Article: Brain training improves cognitive function in older people, says study


Brain training improves cognitive function in older people, says study
http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/news_article.php?newsID=1171

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Thursday, March 08, 2012

Article: Does the brainʼs wiring make us who we are?


Does the brainʼs wiring make us who we are?
http://connectome.eventbrite.com/

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New Brain Imaging and Computer Modeling Predicts Autistic Brain Activity and Behavior

Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition

ScienceDaily (Mar. 6, 2012) — New research from Carnegie Mellon University's Marcel Just provides an explanation for some of autism's mysteries -- from social and communication disorders to restricted interests -- and gives scientists clear targets for developing intervention and treatment therapies.

Read more at ScienceDaily.com...

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Brain Mapping Center Seminar Series: “Discovering the Human Connectome”

Human Connectome Project | Mapping the human brain connectivity

"Discovering the Human Connectome"
Olaf Sporns, PhD
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences,
Programs in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, Indiana University

April 5, 2012
11:00am – 12:00pm
Neuroscience Research Building (NRB 132)

Recent advances in network science have greatly increased our understanding of many complex networked systems, ranging from transportation networks, to social networks, the internet, ecosystems, and biochemical and gene transcription pathways. Network approaches are also increasingly applied in the context of neuroscience, at several levels of scale from cells to circuits and large-scale systems. A broad range of empirical strategies aim at creating comprehensive maps of the brain's connections, the connectome. Initial results obtained from the first connectome maps of the human brain reveal a number of characteristic topological features, including small-world attributes, modularity and hubs, and a pronounced core and rich-club organization. Dr. Sporns will review how recent network studies have given us new insights into the brain's connection topology, and how these studies provide new insight into the relationship between structure and functional dynamics.

For more information, contact Leona Mattoni (310-825-2699, leona@loni.ucla.edu) or Allan Wu (allanwu@mednet.ucla.edu)

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Article: A bit of Research: Are timing genes in the brain in some way flawed in children with Autism? - Interactive Metronome & IM


A bit of Research: Are timing genes in the brain in some way flawed in children with Autism? - Interactive Metronome & IM
http://imhome.org/index.php/latest-news/entry/a-bit-of-research-are-timing-genes-in-the-brain-in-some-way-flawed-in-children-with-autism.html

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Research Bytes: What is cognitive efficiency--conceptual and methodological models




Cognitive efficiency has become a hot construct in the psychometric measurement of intelligence. However, not much conceptual or methodological foundation work has addressed the issue of "what is CE" and "what methodological model should be used?"

Hoffman and associates have written some interesting conceptual articles that we in the area of intelligence testing may want to review to add some clarity to the measurement and interpretation of our CE measures on IQ batteries. Below are two recent articles.

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Article: It Takes Two to Tango



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Article: Do You Hear What I Hear?



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Wednesday, March 07, 2012

The Time Doc IM-Home bog posts re: brain-clock based Interactive Metronome

Most of my readers are aware of my interest in brain-clock based neurotechnologies particularly as they relate to improving cognitive functioning. All posts related to this area of interest, as well as posts linking readers to other neuroscience developments, can be found at the Brain Clock blog.

I drill down deeper into Interactive Metronome as a guest blogger at the IM-Home blog. Now all my IM-related posts can be viewed via one URL. I hope readers check out these posts and become more aware of the exciting neurotechnologies that are emerging based on the concept of temporal processing and the human brain clock.



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Article: The Neurocognition of Dance



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Monday, March 05, 2012

Shared cognitive processes underlying past and future thinking: The impact of imagery and concurrent task demands on event specificity.

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognit
Recent literature has argued that whereas remembering the past and imagining the future make use of shared cognitive substrates, simulating future events places heavier demands on executive resources. These propositions were explored in 3 experiments comparing the impact of imagery and concurrent task demands on speed and accuracy of past event retrieval and future event simulation. Results provide support for the suggestion that both past and future episodes can be constructed through 2 mechanisms: a noneffortful "direct" pathway and a controlled, effortful "generative" pathway. However, limited evidence emerged for the suggestion that simulating of future, compared with retrieving past, episodes places heavier demands on executive resources; only under certain conditions did it emerge as a more error prone and lengthier process. The findings are discussed in terms of how retrieval and simulation make use of the same cognitive substrates in subtly different ways. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)
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Prefrontal cortex study

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Friday, March 02, 2012

Article: PEBS Neuroethics Roundup



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Article: “Time is essential to speech” - Interactive Metronome & IM


"Time is essential to speech" - Interactive Metronome & IM
http://imhome.org/index.php/latest-news/entry/time-is-essential-to-speech.html

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Article: The Atlantic: Kids Are Changing, Neuroplasticity is Real, and Education Needs a Revolution


The Atlantic: Kids Are Changing, Neuroplasticity is Real, and Education Needs a Revolution
http://www.brainpowerinitiative.com/2012/03/the-atlantic-kids-are-changing-neuroplasticity-is-real-and-education-will-need-to-change/

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Article: Mapping out a new era in brain research



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Article: Training can improve memory and increase brain activity in mild cognitive impairment


Training can improve memory and increase brain activity in mild cognitive impairment
http://medicalxpress.com/news/2012-03-memory-brain-mild-cognitive-impairment.html

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