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Toward a computational role for locus coeruleus/norepinephrine arousal systems
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Cognitive flexibility training for impact in real-world settings
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On the role of behavioural modes during temporally extended decision-making and their neural substrates
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Resilience to stress and trauma: a narrative review of neuroimaging research
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Stress, resilience, and emotional well-being in children and adolescents with specific learning disabilities
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Rhythmic sensory stimulation as a noninvasive tool to study plasticity mechanisms in human episodic memory
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Mutually beneficial relationship between meaning in life and resilience
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From childhood experience to stress resilience: mechanisms and interventions
From childhood experience to stress resilience: mechanisms and interventions
People might experience various stressors in their daily lives, and there is a significant interindividual difference in h...
Active stress resilience
Active stress resilience
Volume 58, August 2024, 101403Author links open overlay panel, , , Highlights•Behavioral profiling enables unveiling chang...
The middle managers: thalamic and cholinergic contributions to coordinating top-down and bottom-up processing
The middle managers: thalamic and cholinergic contributions to coordinating top-down and bottom-up processing
The thalamus is often caricatured as a simple sensory relay, despite ample animal and patient evidence for its involvement...
Differential profiles of cognitive and behavioral inflexibility in addictive disorders
Differential profiles of cognitive and behavioral inflexibility in addictive disorders
Patients with addictive disorders (encompassing substance and behavioral addictions) often behave in ways that have been d...
Transcranial magnetic stimulation
Transcranial magnetic stimulation
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a method to stimulate the human brain and other neural tissues noninvasively, m...
The frog-manikin holding the blue parasol umbrella: imaginative generativity in evolution, life, and consciousness
The frog-manikin holding the blue parasol umbrella: imaginative generativity in evolution, life, and consciousness
In this paper, we introduce a new perspective where imagination is identified as the generativity of mental imagery and im...
Exploration of trance states: phenomenology, brain correlates, and clinical applications
Exploration of trance states: phenomenology, brain correlates, and clinical applications
This review provides an exploration of trance states, covering their phenomenology, neural mechanisms, and clinical uses. ...
Does cognitive control have a general stability/flexibility tradeoff problem?
Does cognitive control have a general stability/flexibility tradeoff problem?
Positive mood appears to make us flexible but also susceptible to distractions 1•, 2, 3. Maintaining openness to multiple ...
Prefrontal cortex drives the flexibility of whole-brain orchestration of cognition
Prefrontal cortex drives the flexibility of whole-brain orchestration of cognition
The brain is hierarchically organised across many levels, from the underlying anatomical connectivity to the resulting fun...
Diversity of the nature of input and output signals in the cerebellum suggests a diversity of function
Diversity of the nature of input and output signals in the cerebellum suggests a diversity of function
While the cerebellum appears to be involved in a multitude of tasks [1], it has a relatively invariant local neural circui...
Radical flexibility of neural representation in frontoparietal cortex and the challenge of linking it to behaviour
Radical flexibility of neural representation in frontoparietal cortex and the challenge of linking it to behaviour
Human behaviour is uniquely flexible: we can associate almost any stimulus with any action and readily change these associ...
Stress, resilience, and coping resources in the context of war, terror, and migration
Stress, resilience, and coping resources in the context of war, terror, and migration
Within the transactional framework of stress, resilience may be conceptualized as a dynamic process wherein individuals, w...
The vertebrate retina: a window into the evolution of computation in the brain
The vertebrate retina: a window into the evolution of computation in the brain
Animal brains are probably the most complex computational machines on our planet, and like everything in biology, they are...
Cognition is an emergent property
Cognition is an emergent property
Cognition relies on the flexible organization of neural activity. In this discussion, we explore how many aspects of this ...
The interplay between subcortical and prefrontal brain structures in shaping ideological belief formation and updating
The interplay between subcortical and prefrontal brain structures in shaping ideological belief formation and updating
Volume 57, June 2024, 101385Author links open overlay panel, , , , Highlights•Economic crises increase susceptibility to o...
Transdiagnostic emergence of cerebellar abnormalities: implications for cerebellar contributions to psychopathology
Transdiagnostic emergence of cerebellar abnormalities: implications for cerebellar contributions to psychopathology
Over the past few decades, the role of the cerebellum in cognitive and affective processes in addition to its role in moto...
How do alterations of the basal ganglia affect procedural memory in Tourette syndrome?
How do alterations of the basal ganglia affect procedural memory in Tourette syndrome?
Tourette syndrome (TS) is a childhood-onset neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by repetitive movements and vocaliza...
Variations on an ancient theme — the central complex across insects
Variations on an ancient theme — the central complex across insects
Volume 57, June 2024, 101390Author links open overlay panelHighlights•The insect central complex is a brain region conserv...
Is the time’s flow an illusion? — the issue of the temporality of the conscious experience
Is the time’s flow an illusion? — the issue of the temporality of the conscious experience
The experience of the flow of time seems to be an integral part of conscious awareness. One cannot conceive of being consc...