Prefrontal Activity Druing Item-Specific Contron of Attention: An fNIRS Study

Atalay, Nart Bedin
Türkoğlu, S
Çakır, Murat Perit
Erdeniz, Burak


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Postural responses of patients with bilateral vestibular loss and healthy subjects to sinusoidal tilts
İmir, Mehmet; Gürses, Senih; Department of Engineering Sciences (2017)
Posture control to maintain the stability of upright posture is a very complex task. It requires sensorimotor integration of all sense organs. If one of these organs loses its functionality, the person may have difficulties in maintaining postural balance. This study examines the difference in postural responses of patients with bilateral vestibular loss and healthy subjects to sinusoidal tilts. It has shown that center of mass(CoM) motions of control and patient groups were similar respect to space coordin...
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Proactive inhibition after Self-Paced study: an analysis of encoding in the Brown—Peterson Paradigm
Talaslı, Umur (Informa UK Limited, 1989-7)
Proactive inhibition (PI) and release in the Brown—Peterson paradigm were observed after self-paced study of items to be remembered. Study times and recall levels varied across conditions, trials, and item positions in each triad. The hypothesis that PI results from faster study and that release results from slower study due to the respective presence or absence of intertrial activation (Talasli, 1984) was confirmed only in the first item of the release trial. On other occasions, activation influenced the s...
Hyperscanning of brain-to-brain interactions in the prefrontal cortex during a joint sentence reading task: an optical brain imaging study
İşbilir, Erdinç; Çakır, Murat Perit; Department of Cryptography (2016)
A functioning and developing human society is possible due to successful communication and joint actions between the members of the group that constitute the society at large. Synchrony among members of a society is widespread and is seen in many distinct areas such as military parades and political activities as well as in the daily lives of people such as singing together, dancing and simply taking turns during a conversation. Although such synchronous behavior between people are central to their daily li...
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N. B. Atalay, S. Türkoğlu, M. P. Çakır, and B. Erdeniz, “Prefrontal Activity Druing Item-Specific Contron of Attention: An fNIRS Study,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: