We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byClaude Lester
Modified about 1 year ago
Common Regions of the Human Frontal Lobe Recruited by Diverse Cognitive Demands John Duncan and Adrian M. Owen
Frontal Lobe Connectivity –Modules? Frontal functions Network of prefrontal regions involved in diverse cognitive tasks
Cognitive Demands Response conflict Novelty Working memory: number of elements Working memory: delay Perceptual difficulty
Isolation of a Cental Bottleneck of Information Processing with Time-Resolved fMRI Paul E. Dux, Jason Ivanoff, Christopher L. Asplund, and René Marois
Central Bottleneck Central, amodal processing stage Psychological refractory period Time-resolved fMRI
pLPFC Coactivation by contrasting tasks Serial postponement of activity
Implications SMFC as well as pLPFC Correspond to mid-dorsolateral and anterior cingulate –Recall Duncan & Owen (2000) Diverse cognitive functions, but limitations
An Integrative Theory of Prefrontal Cortex Function Earl K. Miller and Jonathan D. Cohen
PFC Top-down control –Access to range of information –Multimodal –Maintain and update representations –Exert biasing signals to other regions –Plasticity
Emotional experience December 1, Emotional experience - introduction Subjective experience – not perception or expression ‘Qualia’ Consciousness.
Stroop Test revealing selective activation of the anterior cingulate cortex during a stroop task, a prefrontal structure (see frontal lobe) in the brain.
Pattern Classification of Attentional Control States S. G. Robison, D. N. Osherson, K. A. Norman, & J. D. Cohen Dept. of Psychology, Princeton University,
An ERP investigation of response inhibition in adults with DCD Elisabeth Hill Duncan Brown José van Velzen.
Executive Function III Ref: Theories: Gazzaniga pp
Selective Deficits in Prefrontal Cortex Function in Medication- Naïve Patients with Schizophrenia Deanna M. Barch, Cameron S. Carter, Todd S. Braver, Fred.
DIFFERENTIAL COMPONENTS OF PROSPECTIVE MEMORY? EVIDENCE FROM FMRI J. Simons, M. Scholvinck, S. Gilbert, C. Frith, P. Burgess By Alex Gustafson.
Background The physiology of the cerebral cortex is organized in hierarchical manner. The prefrontal cortex (PFC) constitutes the highest level of the.
Last Lecture The Wernicke-Geschwind Model of Reading The Wernicke-Geschwind Model of Reading Category-specific semantic deficts and the representation.
A B SAMPLE DELAY CHOICE A B A B 1st Reversal2nd Reversal etc… Trial Time (ms) Conditional Visuomotor Learning Task Asaad, W.F., Rainer, G. and.
Human (ERP and imaging) and monkey (cell recording) data together 1. Modality specific extrastriate cortex is modulated by attention (V4, IT, MT). 2. V1.
Where is the semantic network?. What is the semantic network? Knowledge of objects, people, concepts and word meanings Spreading-activation theory.
Evolution of Control-Related Mental Models Crystal A. Brandon.
Metacognition Neil H. Schwartz Psych 605. Three Terms: Organizing the Concept Exogenous Constructivism Endogenous Constructivism Spence Piaget Dialectical.
Introduction Recent neuroimaging studies of memory retrieval have reported the activation of a medial and left – lateralised memory network that includes.
ABERRANT FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY OF DL PFC AND CINGULATE NETWORKS IN PATIENTS WITH MDD DURING WORKING MEMORY PROCESSING By Sharleen Yuan Special Topics-Affective.
Perceptual Processes: Attention & Consciousness Dr. Claudia J. Stanny EXP 4507 Memory & Cognition Spring 2009.
Theory of Mind Gallagher, H. L., & Frith, C. D. (2003)
Dual mechanisms of cognitive control Todd Braver Cognitive Control and Psychopathology Lab, Washington University Plus: Jeremy Reynolds Josh Brown Stefan.
ATTENTION Part 1: Definitions, brain basis Isabelle Rapin Part 2: ADHD Puja Patel Seminar on Developmental Disorders November 6, 2013 No conflict of interest.
C2004 Alcohol Medical Scholars Program1 Craving Karen Drexler, M.D. Emory University School of Medicine.
Results Animals with recognition displayed increased BDNF in the iTC, CA1 of the hippocampus, the diagonal band, basolateral amygdala and the anterior.
Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology Chapter 3 Attention Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology, 2e by Ronald T. Kellogg ©SAGE Publications, Inc.
The ventral visual pathway: an expanded neural framework for the processing of object quality (A review by D.J. Kravitz et. al) Presentation by : Rishabh.
September 2, 2009 Kamini Krishnan Tandra Toon. Article Focus Review of literature that combines use of functional or structural MRI and microelectrode.
Cognitive control, hierarchy, & the rostro-caudal organization of the prefrontal cortex David Badre Department of Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences Department.
Cognition, Brain and Consciousness: An Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience Edited by Bernard J. Baars and Nicole M. Gage 2007 Academic Press Chapter.
Notes: 1. Extra Credit – Assignment 5 Due December Last exam December 10 Announcement and instructions on Class communication page 3. Spatial Abilities.
The brain basis of cognitive control Todd Braver Cognitive Control and Psychopathology Lab, Washington University St. Louis.
Executive Function Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Randall O’Reilly.
Synchronous activity within and between areas V4 and FEF in attention Steve Gotts Laboratory of Brain and Cognition NIMH, NIH with: Georgia Gregoriou,
A Computational Model of Emotional Influences on Visual Working Memory Related Neural Activity Nienke Korsten Nikos Fragopanagos John Taylor OFC DLPFC.
An fMRI Investigation of Emotional Engagement in Moral Judgement Joshua D. Greene, R. Brian Sommerville, Leigh E. Nystrom, John M. Darley, Jonathan D.
12 Attention and Consciousness The breath of the mind is attention – Joseph Joubert.
Episodes, Time, and the Structure of Human Memory (!) On the agenda: –Finish discussion of measurement in memory –Present results of search –Information-processing.
Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology Chapter 1 Introduction Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology, 2e by Ronald T. Kellogg ©SAGE Publications, Inc.
Public Health Maheen M. Adamson, PhD Director of Clinical Neuroscience, War Related Illness and Injury Study Center (WRIISC) VA Palo Alto Health Care System.
Adaptive, behaviorally gated, persistent encoding of task-relevant auditory information in ferret frontal cortex.
Völlm et al (2006). Neuronal correlates of theory of mind and empathy: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study in a nonverbal task. Neuroimage, 29,
Hemispheric Specialization Lateralization means the cerebral hemispheres are specialized for different functions. Hemispheres are strongly connected, masking.
Attention Charlene O’Connor July 20, 2005 Cognitive Neurology.
Emotional Intelligence predicts individual differences in social exchange reasoning D. Reis, M. Brackett, N. Shamosh, K. Kiehl, P. Salovey & J. Gray.
Cognitive Processes PSY 334 Chapter 6 – Human Memory: Encoding and Storage.
Qué PASA? The Posterior-Anterior Shift in Aging Simon W. Davis, Nancy A. Dennis, Sander M. Daselaar, Mathias S. Fleck, & Roberto Cabeza Cerebral Cortex,
13 Cognitive Control Man cannot live without self-control – Isaac Bashevis Singer 1.
+ Selective Attention NBE-E5700 Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience Anna Äimälä
Drummon, S. P. A., Brown, G. G., Gillin, J. C., Stricker, J. L., Wong, E. C., Buxton, R. B. Lecturer: Katie Yan.
National Alliance for Medical Image Computing May, 2007 Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Marek Kubicki, MD, PhD INVESTIGATORS:
Chapter 50 The Prefrontal Cortex and Executive Brain Functions Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.