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Issue 11

At the Intersection of Art and Neuroscience 

— Original Piece

Dikker, S., Montgomery, S., & Tunca, S. (2019). Using Synchrony-Based Neurofeedback in Search of Human Connectedness. Brain Art, 161–206. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-14323-7_6

Dikker, Suzanne; Michalareas, Georgios; Oostrik, Matthias; Serafimaki, Amalia; Kahraman, Hasibe Melda; Struiksma, Marijn E.; Poeppel, David (2020). Crowdsourcing neuroscience: inter-brain coupling during face-to-face interactions outside the laboratory. NeuroImage, (), 117436–.doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117436

Use of prosody to mark information structure in autistic female and male adults with high-level language ability. 

— Research Article

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Baron-Cohen, S., & Wheelwright, S. (2004). The empathy quotient: An investigation of adults with Asperger syndrome or high functioning autism, and normal sex differences. J Autism Dev Discord, 34. 163-175.

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Chen, A. (2011). Tuning information packaging: Intonational realization of topic and focus in child Dutch. Journal of Child Language, 38, 1055–1083.

DePape, A. M., Chen, A., Hall, G. B., & Trainor, L. J. (2012). Use of prosody and information structure in high functioning adults with autism in relation to language ability. Frontiers in psychology, 3, 72.

Diehl, J. J., Bennetto, L., Watson, D., Gunlogson, C., & McDonough, J. (2008). Resolving ambiguity: A psycholinguistic approach to understanding prosody processing in high-functioning autism. Brain and Language, 106, 144–152.

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Elie, B & Chardon, G. (2018). Glottal/Supraglottal Source Separation in Fricatives Based on Non- Stationary Signal Subspace Estimation.

Gotham, K., Risi, S., Pickles, A., & Lord, C. (2006). The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS). Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

Green, H., & Tobin, Y. (2009). Prosodic analysis is difficult. . .but worth it: a study in high functioning autism. Int. J. Speech Lang. Pathol. 11, 308–315.

Head, A. M., McGillivray, J.A. & Stokes, M.A., (2014). Gender differences in emotionality and sociability in children with autism spectrum disorders. Mol Autism. 5:19.

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Paul, R., Shriberg, L. D., McSweeny, J., Cicchetti, D., Klin, A. & Volkmar, F. (2005). Brief report: Relations between prosodic performance and communication and socialization ratings in high functioning speakers with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 861–869.

Peppé, S., McCann, J., Gibbon, F. E., O’Hare, A., & Rutherford, M. (2006) Assessing prosodic and pragmatic ability in children with high-functioning autism. QMU Speech Science Research Centre Working Papers, WP-4.

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Wynn, C. J., Borrie, S. A., & Sellers, T. P. (2018). Speech Rate Entrainment in Children and Adults With and Without Autism Spectrum Disorder. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 27(3), 965.

Young, E.C., Diehl, J.J., Morris, D., Hyman, S.L. & Bennetto, L. (2005). The use of two language tests to identify pragmatic language problems in children with autism spectrum disorders. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. 62–72. 

Neuroaesthetics: Grounded in Science or Merely Aesthetically Pleasing? 

— Original Piece

Armony, J., & Dolan, R. J. (2002). Modulation of spatial attention by fear-conditioned stimuli: an event-related fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 40(7), 817–826.

Capó, M. À., Cela-Conde, C. J., Munar, E., Rosselló, J., & Nadal, M. (2008). Towards a framework for the study of the neural correlates of aesthetic preference. Spatial Vision, 21(3–5), 379–396.

Cela-Conde, C. J., Marty, G., Munar, E., Nadal, M., & Burges, L. (2002). The “Style Scheme” Grounds Perception of Paintings. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 95(1), 91–100.

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Zeki, S., Chén, O. Y., & Romaya, J. P. (2018). The Biological Basis of Mathematical Beauty. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12, 23–50.

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Psychedelics and the predictive mind: A review of the potential mechanisms that underpin the efficacy of psilocybin to treat depressive disorders. 

— Literature Thesis

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Better Research Practices: Own Your Research Decisions 

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1 - Supplementary Material

1.1 – Single trial power spectra

Single trial power spectra are in general quite noisy. Especially in this research, since there were limited time points due to the task design. Even though, the model was still able to fit the data with an average error of 0.237 over the participants that exhibit theta power. Furthermore, the error is not significantly different between the baseline period or the retention period, nor between good and poor performance, excluding that this is driving the results. Supplementary figure 1 & 2 show the fit of six single trials from a random participant for the retention period and the baseline period. The top row shows the three worst fit (highest error), and the bottom row the three best fits (lowest error). The error is calculated over the whole frequency range 2 to 40 Hz, and thus is not very informative to determine whether the model was able to capture a peak in the theta frequency range (4 – 7 Hz), since the theta frequency range is such a small portion of the whole frequency range. This becomes clear when comparing the top and bottom rows (supplementary figure 1 & 2).

Supplementary figure 1: Six single trials of good performance during the baseline period. These six single trials are from one random participant. The top row are the three worst fits, and in the bottom row are the three best fits. The black line is the single trial power spectrum. The blue line is the aperiodic fit and in red is the full model fit.

Supplementary figure 2: Six single trials of good performance during the retention period. These six single trials are from one random participant. The top row are the three worst fits, and in the bottom row are the three best fits. The black line is the single trial power spectrum. The blue line is the aperiodic fit and in red is the full model fit.

1.2 – Theta frequency ranges

As stated in the discussion (section 4.3), theta power has been described in a variety of different frequency ranges (Adam et al., 2015, 2018; Brzezicka et al., 2015; Jensen & Tesche, 2002). Using a frequency range from 4 to 7 Hz for finding peaks with FOOOF has a harder cut-off frequency than when using a band width filter with the same range. Because filters will pick up power from neighboring frequencies as well, whereas this is not the case with FOOOF. When using a range of 4 to 7 Hz with FOOOF, there was no significant difference in relative theta power between good and poor performance. However, expanding the theta range 1 Hz (4 – 8 Hz) gives different results (supplementary figure 3). Here, the relative power is higher for good performance, compared to poor performance (W = 122, p = 0.031, d = 0.595). Also, relative power is significantly increased from baseline during good performance (t(16) = 2.549, p = 0.021, d = 0.618), but not during poor performance. Thus, it seems most of the theta activity that explains behavior is in the higher frequencies within that range. So perhaps it would be better to define a frequency band based on the data (Jensen & Tesche, 2002).

Supplementary figure 3: Theta power measured between 4 and 8 Hz predicts performance. Participants in this group all exhibited some degree of theta power. A) Power spectra of the baseline period and good and poor performance during the retention period. B) Relative theta power is significantly increased compared to baseline. And is significantly higher than during poor performance.


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Issue 10

Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and neuropsychological correlates in an elderly non-Western immigrant population 

— Research Project

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Effective connectivity from the Nucleus accumbens towards the frontal cortex during attentional focus 

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What happens to a troll in daylight? Interpersonal affect regulation and empathic characteristics in internet trolling 

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Buckels, E. E., Trapnell, P. D., Andjelovic, T., & Paulhus, D. L. (2018). Internet Trolling and Everyday Sadism: Parallel Effects on Pain Perception and Moral Judgment. Journal of personality.

Buckels, E. E., Trapnell, P. D., & Paulhus, D. L. (2014). Trolls just want to have fun. Personality and individual Differences67, 97-102.

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Carrillo, M., Migliorati, F., Bruls, R., Han, Y., Heinemans, M., Pruis, I., … & Keysers, C. (2015). Repeated witnessing of conspecifics in pain: effects on emotional contagion. PloS one10(9)

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Decety, J., & Lamm, C. (2006). Human empathy through the lens of social neuroscience. The scientific World journal6, 1146-1163.

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What are the neuropsychological consequences of complying to the delivery of an order? 

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Caspar, Ioumpa, Keysers, & Gazzola (under revision) Obeying orders reduces vicarious brain activation towards victim’s pain 

Caspar, E. A., Cleeremans, A., & Haggard, P. (2018). Only giving orders? An experimental study of the sense of agency when giving or receiving commands. PloS one, 13(9), e0204027. 

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