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Overview page. Subjects: Computing.

When a computer or a user is directly connected into a network and is capable of interacting with it, for example by querying the contents of a database.

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0703 Subjetive Sleep Reports among Hormonal Contraceptive Users: An Online Survey

A G Bezera, M L Andersen, G N Pires, S Tufik and H Hachul.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

Previous reports account for beneficial effects of female sexual hormones administration...

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Distinct Neurophysiological Mechanisms Support the Online Formation of Individual and Across-Episode Memory Representations

A. Sans-Dublanc, E. Mas-Herrero, J. Marco-Pallarés and L. Fuentemilla.

in Cerebral Cortex

September 2017; p ublished online August 2016 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 9555 words.

Abstract

Individual experiences often overlap in their content, presenting opportunities for rapid generalization across them. In this study, we show in 2...

0585 Understanding Excessive Daytime Sleepiness In Obstructive Sleep Apnea: The Effect Of Online Medical Education On Neurologists And Pulmonologists

T Finnegan, S Hughes and P Zee.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

Many clinicians do not consistently assess for, or adequately manage, excessive daytime...

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0371 A Randomized Noninferiority Trial Comparing Cognitive Behavior Therapy For Insomnia (cbt-i) Delivered By A Therapist Or Via A Fully Automated Online Treatment Program

H Kallestad, K Langsrud, Ø Vedaa, T Stiles, D Vethe, S Lydersen, L Ritterband, G Morken and B Sivertsen.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

Previous trials of an online CBT-I intervention, Sleep Healthy Using The internet (SHUTi),...

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0384 Project Sleep: A 4-week Follow-up to an Online Stress Reduction Intervention to Improve College Student’s Sleep

D J Lanni, N L Jarrett and S M Pickett.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

Project Sleep was a four week online stress reduction intervention study that aimed to...

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Globally Divergent but Locally Convergent X- and Y-Chromosome Influences on Cortical Development

Armin Raznahan, Nancy Raitano Lee, Deanna Greenstein, Gregory L. Wallace, Jonathan D. Blumenthal, Liv S. Clasen and Jay N. Giedd.

in Cerebral Cortex

January 2016; p ublished online August 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 6672 words.

Owing to their unique evolutionary history, modern mammalian X- and Y-chromosomes have highly divergent gene contents counterbalanced by regulatory features, which preferentially restrict...

Neural Mechanism for Mirrored Self-face Recognition

Motoaki Sugiura, Carlos Makoto Miyauchi, Yuka Kotozaki, Yoritaka Akimoto, Takayuki Nozawa, Yukihito Yomogida, Sugiko Hanawa, Yuki Yamamoto, Atsushi Sakuma, Seishu Nakagawa and Ryuta Kawashima.

in Cerebral Cortex

September 2015; p ublished online April 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 6718 words.

Self-face recognition in the mirror is considered to involve multiple processes that integrate 2 perceptual cues: temporal contingency of the visual feedback on one's action (contingency...

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Neural Mechanisms of Body Awareness in Infants

M. L. Filippetti, S. Lloyd-Fox, M. R. Longo, T. Farroni and M. H. Johnson.

in Cerebral Cortex

October 2015; p ublished online November 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 6730 words.

The ability to differentiate one's body from others is a fundamental aspect of social perception and has been shown to involve the integration of sense modalities attributable to the self....

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Gamma Oscillations Underlie the Maintenance of Feature-Specific Information and the Contents of Visual Working Memory

Roosa Honkanen, Santeri Rouhinen, Sheng H. Wang, J. Matias Palva and Satu Palva.

in Cerebral Cortex

October 2015; p ublished online November 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 10074 words.

Visual working memory (VWM) sustains information online as integrated object representations. Neuronal mechanisms supporting the maintenance of feature-specific information have remained...

Constructing, Perceiving, and Maintaining Scenes: Hippocampal Activity and Connectivity

Peter Zeidman, Sinéad L. Mullally and Eleanor A. Maguire.

in Cerebral Cortex

October 2015; p ublished online November 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 16528 words.

In recent years, evidence has accumulated to suggest the hippocampus plays a role beyond memory. A strong hippocampal response to scenes has been noted, and patients with bilateral...

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Dissociating Parieto-Frontal Networks for Phonological and Semantic Word Decisions: A Condition-and-Perturb TMS Study

Gesa Hartwigsen, Anni Weigel, Paul Schuschan, Hartwig R. Siebner, David Weise, Joseph Classen and Dorothee Saur.

in Cerebral Cortex

June 2016; p ublished online May 2015 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 8616 words.

Left posterior inferior frontal gyrus (pIFG) and supramarginal gyrus (SMG) are key regions for phonological decisions, whereas angular gyrus (ANG) and anterior IFG (aIFG) are associated...

Reduced Neural Differentiation Between Feedback Conditions After Bimanual Coordination Training with and without Augmented Visual Feedback

Iseult A.M. Beets, Jolien Gooijers, Matthieu P. Boisgontier, Lisa Pauwels, James P. Coxon, George Wittenberg and Stephan P. Swinnen.

in Cerebral Cortex

July 2015; p ublished online February 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 9121 words.

It has been established that bimanual coordination with augmented feedback (FB) versus no augmented feedback (NFB) is associated with activity in different brain regions. It is unclear...

Dorsal Anterior Cingulate, Medial Superior Frontal Cortex, and Anterior Insula Show Performance Reporting-Related Late Task Control Signals

Maital Neta, Steven M. Nelson and Steven E. Petersen.

in Cerebral Cortex

March 2017; p ublished online March 2016 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 10177 words.

Abstract

The cingulo-opercular network (including the dorsal anterior cingulate and bilateral anterior insula) shows 3 distinct task-control signals across a...

Connectivity of the Cingulate Sulcus Visual Area (CSv) in the Human Cerebral Cortex

Andrew T Smith, Anton L Beer, Michele Furlan and Rogier B Mars.

in Cerebral Cortex

February 2018; p ublished online July 2017 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 10038 words.

Abstract

The human cingulate sulcus visual area (CSv) responds selectively to visual and vestibular cues to self-motion. Although it is more selective for...

0375 Long-term Efficacy of the Sleep to Prevent Evolving Affective Disorders (SPREAD) Trial as an Internet-based Treatment for Insomnia

A S Cuamatzi-Castelan, P Cheng, C Fellman-Couture, G Tallent, K M Tran, C A Espie, C Joseph, T Roehrs and C L Drake.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

A growing body of evidence supports the acute benefits of internet-based interventions for...

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1067 Patient Satisfaction and Preferences Regarding a Telemedicine Evaluation for Obstructive Sleep Apnea - An Update for 2017

J L Marsella, K D Nguyen, J A Marcus, C Z Marcus, E R Dorsey, W R Pigeon and M E Yurcheshen.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common condition that is widely underdiagnosed. In adults...

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1066 Interrater Reliability in Telemedicine vs. In-person Evaluations for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

M Yurcheshen, J Marsella, K Nguyen, J Marcus, C Marcus, E Dorsey and W Pigeon.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

Telemedicine holds great promise to change health care delivery for all of clinical medicine....

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0893 Attitudes Of Short Sleepers Towards Sleep Extension Interventions

O DeYonker, J Duffecy, S Hooker and K G Baron.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

It is estimated 34.8% of the U.S population report sleeping less than 7 hours a night, which...

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0415 Does Time In Bed Vary with the Use of Hypnotics?

E Bremer, K Moreales, I Vargas, M Grandner, J Ellis and M Perlis.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

Given that sleep restriction is a key component of CBT-I, this naturally leads to the...

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0372 Digital Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia Reduces Incident Depression at One-year Follow-up

P Cheng, G Tallent, A Luik, E Peterson, K Tran, B Ahmedani, D Adler, T Roth and C Drake.

in SLEEP

P ublished online April 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Neurology; Sleep Medicine; Clinical Neuroscience; Neuroscience. 0 words.

Abstract

Introduction

Insomnia is a modifiable risk for depression, and a growing body of evidence indicates that...

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