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  • The variable heartbeat of Japanese moles (Mogera spp.). [Journal Article]
    J Comp Physiol B 2019Matsuo T, Kashimura A, Wada N
  • This report demonstrates the variable cardiac rhythm in two species of subterranean mole, the large Japanese mole (Mogera wogura) and the lesser Japanese mole (Mogera imaizumii). The phenomenon was revealed using X-ray videos of M. wogura and investigated in detail using electrocardiogram (ECG) traces recorded with implanted electrodes in this species and M. imaizumii. Cessation of heartbeat and …
  • Wakeful rest compared to vigilance reduces intrusive but not deliberate memory for traumatic videos. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):13403Hørlyck LD, Bisby JA, … Burgess N
  • Intrusive memories are prominent features of post-traumatic stress disorder, but the mechanisms supporting their development, and their relationship to deliberate memories, are subject to competing theories. Are they strengthened examples of a unitary memory system, or fragmented representations lacking aspects of healthy memories? Given the importance of post-encoding processing in memory consol…
  • Capturing sleep-wake cycles by using day-to-day smartphone touchscreen interactions. [Journal Article]
    NPJ Digit Med 2019; 2:73Borger JN, Huber R, Ghosh A
  • Body movements drop with sleep, and this behavioural signature is widely exploited to infer sleep duration. However, a reduction in body movements may also occur in periods of intense cognitive activity, and the ubiquitous use of smartphones may capture these wakeful periods otherwise hidden in the standard measures of sleep. Here, we continuously captured the gross body movements using standard …
  • Long-term dynamics of mind wandering: ultradian rhythms in thought generation. [Journal Article]
    Neurosci Conscious 2019; 2019(1):niz007Nakatani C, Ganschow B, van Leeuwen C
  • Using the method of experience sampling, we studied the fluctuations in thought generation and cognitive control strength during the wakeful hours of the day, centered around episodes of mind wandering. Thought generation, measured in terms of the number of thoughts that concurrently occupy the mind at sampling time, goes through regular 4-6 h cycles, suggesting the mind operates with an alternat…
  • Neuroimaging Studies on Disorders of Consciousness: A Meta-Analytic Evaluation. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Med 2019; 8(4)Berlingeri M, Magnani FG, … Bottini G
  • Neuroimaging tools could open a window on residual neurofunctional activity in the absence of detectable behavioural responses in patients with disorders of consciousness (DOC). Nevertheless, the literature on this topic is characterised by a large heterogeneity of paradigms and methodological approaches that can undermine the reproducibility of the results. To explicitly test whether task-relate…
  • Global music streaming data reveal diurnal and seasonal patterns of affective preference. [Journal Article]
    Nat Hum Behav 2019; 3(3):230-236Park M, Thom J, … Macy M
  • People manage emotions to cope with life's demands1,2. Previous research has identified affective patterns using self-reports3 and text analysis4,5, but these measures track the expression of affect, not affective preference for external stimuli such as music, which affects mood states and levels of emotional arousal1,6,7. We analysed a dataset of 765 million online music plays streamed by 1 mill…
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